The Importance of Law to Literature

Texas A&M University Graduation 2016 — Receiving an award for the most pro bono awards of any student that graduating class from Texas A&M Law in 2016. https://law.tamu.edu/media/news-media-resources/story/spring-2016-hooding-and-commencement-ceremony “The Equal Justice Award was presented to Charles Lincoln as the graduate who has performed pro bono legal services in an extraordinary way and contributed the greatest number of hours of public service pro bono work with 674.5 hours, exemplifying the Aggie core value of selfless service. Lincoln has worked with Catholic Charities, the Texas 13th Court of Appeals, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Texas Attorney General’s Office and U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffery Manske of the Western District of Texas.”

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