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Ave Maria School of Law Hosts Meeting of National Pro-Life Leaders

Ave Maria School of Law to Host Law of Life Summit

National Pro-life Leaders Come to Naples to Defend Life and to Remember Terri Schiavo

Contact: John Knowles, Director of Development & External Affairs, Ave Maria School of Law, 239-687-5402, jknowles@avemarialaw.edu

NAPLES, Fla., March 27, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Ave Maria School of Law (AMSL) announced today that pro-life leaders from around the country would be converging on Naples for the "Law of Life Summit" -- a pro-life action conference spearheaded by third year law student Royce Hood. The event will be Friday, March 30, at the law school's north Naples campus, and will culminate with a pro-life strategy session at the law library from noon until 2:00 PM.

"Ave Maria School of Law was founded as an institution that respects the sanctity of human life," said Royce Hood. "The Summit is about bringing together pro-life leaders, community members and students to create measurable and achievable objectives for defending life from conception until natural death."

Speakers will include:

Patrecia Ming -- Ave Maria School of Law Student,
Lauren Muzyka -- Campaign Coordinator with 40 Days for Life,
Dr. Pat Castle -- Founder of the National LIFE Runners,
John-Henry Westen -- Co-Founder and Editor of LifeSiteNews.com,
Brother Paul O'Donnell -- Franciscan Brothers of Peace,
Bobby Schindler -- The Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network.

All media are welcome. For more information, visit lawlife.org or RSVP to info@lawlife.org.  

Ave Maria School of Law offers a rigorous legal education characterized by a commitment to professional excellence, the highest ethical and moral standards, and the integration of the Catholic intellectual tradition. Since its opening, Ave Maria has enrolled students from 49 states and abroad and from more than 200 colleges and universities. Alumni of the Law School are now practicing law in more than 40 states and several other countries. Ave Maria School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association.

Ave Maria School of Law was founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 2000, and in 2009 relocated to Naples, Florida. The law school is currently at her highest enrollment ever -- 500 outstanding men and women committed to the Mission of the law school.