Loyola University New Orleans psychology sophomore, Caroline McNeil, is taking a unique approach to service learning by volunteering with the Orleans Public Defenders, an office that seeks to assist defendants and their families following an arrest.
McNeil worked as a law clerk, maintaining client information, creating files and conducting interviews. The interviews, which are held during prison visits and first appearances, allow McNeil to assess if those that are arrested qualify for public defense.
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