Saturday, April 14, 2012

          Faculty Soup! UC Hastings Faculty Serve Soup, Raise Support for Student Organizations

          Professors Rory Little, Evan Lee and David Takacs participated in this fun event, serving soup to all comers in the UC Hastings Law Cafe from noon to 1pm, April 10-12. Together they raised almost $300 in individual donations for student organizations, and served a record quantity of soup!

          Professory Rory Little on the soup line.

          Professor Rory Little on the soup line.

          Professor David Takacs with Shazie Shayesteh, general partner of the Law Cafe.

          Professor David Takacs with Shazie Shayesteh, general partner of the Law Cafe.

          Professor Evan

          Professor Evan "Boyard" Lee serving Roasted Corn Tortilla soup.

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