Attend The 25th Annual Robert M. Cover Public Interest Law Retreat

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The 25th Annual Robert M. Cover Public Interest Law Retreat is taking place in Peterborough, New Hampshire from March 2-4, 2012. The Retreat brings together public interest law students and practitioners for an engaging weekend of learning, networking and fun. The 25th Annual Cover Retreat is being organized by students from Vermont Law and Albany Law and sponsored by Yale Law School and Society of American Law Teachers (SALT).

When: March 2-4, 2012

Where: Sargent Center, Peterborough, NH

Cost: $150 (includes retreat fees, lodging, and all meals/food).

Register online.  A flier/poster about the retreat is available for download from the Retreat website. The registration Deadline is February 16, 2012.  All interested students should register as soon as possible. There is limited space at the Retreat Center.

Travel and Carpool: If you have travel questions, contact Ben Smilowitz, Cover Retreat 2012 Support Executive Director, Disaster Accountability Project.  Students should check with him before booking flights or trains to confirm that they are arriving early enough on Friday or departing late enough on Sunday to get rides to/from the Retreat site.

Plane: Students can fly to Manchester (MHT), Hartford (BDL), or Boston (BOS) and will be helped to find carpools from those airports.

Train: Students can take trains to Hartford or Springfield and join carpools from either location.

Car: It is expected that multi-school carpools will depart from NYC, Hartford, Springfield, Boston and possibly Washington, DC.

Students should aim to arrive at the Retreat Site between 3:30-5:30PM on Friday March 2nd.  The Retreat will end at 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 4th.