UDM Law’s hallowed halls were filled with superheroes, princesses, even a skunk for an evening of trick-or-treating and a Halloween party. Two student groups, Law Students with Children and Phi Alpha Delta, worked with other student groups and UDM Law’s faculty and administration to offer this fun event to students’ children. There were trick-or-treat stations throughout the building, and the Halloween party included games, more treats, and a costume contest. Even some of the “grown ups” got in the spirit and donned costumes. Please click here for pictures.
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