Lawson Lundell Recognized for Contributions to Support Mental Wellness Initiatives at UCalgary Law


In a recent article published by the University of Calgary, Lawson Lundell was recognized for a $100,000 pledge aimed at enhancing student well-being through the UCalgary Connects Program.

The mentorship initiative is designed to foster peer support among students across different academic years within the faculty by pairing them with counterparts who share common academic, career, and personal interests.

"UCalgary Connects makes meaningful connections that help students get through law school. The program aids in adding more of a collegial-feel between all the various years," said Joel Tallerico, the current president of the Society of Law Students.

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