Many people spend their spring breaks napping on the white sandy beaches of some exotic locale or napping in their beds at home, but not James DuBray.
A second-year student at the University of Chicago Law School, DuBray is a board member and participant of Spring Break of Service—a CSRSO that plans a weeklong service opportunity for students interested in volunteer legal work.
DuBray has a good amount of experience in social and community work, having interned at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia (PDS), worked at the Federal Criminal Justice Clinic, and participated in several Days of Service.
One of DuBray’s largest focuses, however, is Spring Break of Service, a CSRSO that brings law students to do volunteer legal work in regions most in need of help. DuBray is one of six members on the Board and works to plan and facilitate this trip.
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