Students Volunteer at Bar Association Food Festival

WMU-Cooley Tampa Bay Faculty and Students Volunteer at Hillsborough County Bar Association’s Judicial Pig Roast Food Festival

Karen Fultz, WMU-Cooley law professor (pictured far left) and Viengphone Vongsyprasom, chair of the 5k and Judicial Pig Roast Committee (pictured 2nd from the right), worked the WMU-Cooley food tent with students at the HCBA Judicial Pig Roast Food Festival.

WMU-Cooley’s Tampa Bay campus faculty and students volunteered at the 13th Annual Hillsborough County Bar Association’s (HCBA) Judicial Pig Roast Food Festival on March 5. WMU-Cooley participated in the food tent competition during the festival, which took place after the HCBA's 5K Pro Bono River Run. WMU-Cooley was awarded runner-up for their Mardi Gras-themed food.

The HCBA Judicial Pig Roast Food Festival connects local vendors, community members, and law firms who sponsor tents with dinner and desserts for all participants. Nearly 300 people attended the event. HCBA officials encouraged law firms to decorate tents for a chance to be presented as the best food tent. All proceeds benefit the bar association’s pro bono services programs.


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Food tent competition part of festivities

Proceeds benefit pro bono service programs


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