For the third year in a row, students from the law school gave back to their community on the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. Participation has grown considerably from the seven students that worked at Crowded Closet during the first year. This year, 35 students gave approximately 210 hours of service to four different organizations. In addition to the Citizen Lawyer Program sponsored worksites, other law students found ways to participate in MLK Day. Those who were in Washington, D.C. for the Inauguration volunteered at local organizations, and others volunteered at the Broadway Center in Iowa City. Lauren Hansen spent her day working at Miracles in Motion, a therapeautic riding program for children with disabilities in Swisher, Iowa. “It occurred to me that Miracles in Motion probably doesn’t get a lot of volunteers during the winter months. I am happy that I could help during a time of great need.” The day was a great success, and law students made up almost a third of the total volunteers from the University.