When public school students are facing disciplinary actions, they and their families are often on their own. But thanks to the Student Rights Project, which is overseen by faculty adviser Debra Chopp, law and social work students, along with community members, are trained to advocate for public school students in suspension and expulsion hearings. It’s a great way to work on your interviewing, oral advocacy, and collaboration skills—not to mention helping vulnerable kids at a key moment in their development.