Law Student Featured in Equal Justice Society Newsletter
Posted By Kevin R. Johnson, Jun 6, 2013
Student Raymundo Jacquez III ’14 was recently featured in the e-newsletter of the Equal Justice Society. Raymundo just started his stint as a summer law clerk at EJS this week!
The article reads:
Raymundo is a rising 3L at UC Davis School of Law, King Hall, and a native of Hayward, California. During high school he witnessed and experienced functional deficiencies in the public education system that inspired him to engage in community activism. He earned his undergraduate degree from UCLA, where he studied Sociology and Chicano Studies. He also mentored at-risk high school students through UCLA's Student Initiated Access Center, and worked on issues of educational equality. Before law school, he taught a social-empowerment art program for middle school students and worked as a substitute teacher. While at King Hall he is actively involved in issues of student diversity and social justice, and is a board member of La Raza Law Students Association.
Congratulations on making it into the EJS newsletter, Raymundo!