A Lack of Law and Order: BU Law students provide relief services in Haiti





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Published on Feb 14, 2012

In the short time span between the end of exams and graduation, Jonathan Glick, along with two other law students, Joel Schmidt and Marc Aspis, traveled to Haiti to spend a week providing medical and relief work to victims of the earthquake.

A former ski patroller, Glick had some basic medial training but found Haiti to be different than anything he'd ever experienced before because of the scale of the devastation and the amount of aid required. He found it sobering to see what a lack of law and order can do to a society.

According to Glick, his expereinces in Haiti had a significant impact on him. Enough to make him reconsider what he wants to do with his future.

- audio and production by Casey Atkins

Related story, BU Today, "Serving Street Medicine with a Smile: LAW students volunteer for week in Haiti" http://www.bu.edu/today/node/11296


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