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Individual Contributors

We have a limited budget. Your contribution will allow us to provide simultaneous translation and fund the attendance of more activists, survivors, and service providers. Your contribution is tax deductible. In order to make your contribution count, please email Thank you!

Corporate Sponsorships

The CONVERGE! Conference relies on financial support from legal and business communities as well as non-profit grantors. Your firm or organization can play a significant role in making this conference a success, while gaining a unique opportunity for strategic recognition with law students, lawyers, activists, and human service providers. Please contact for more information on sponsorship opportunities.

Donna Coker
University of Miami School of Law

Marcia Olivo
Miami Workers Center

Leigh Goodmark
University of Baltimore School of Law
Visitor, 2013-2014 University of Maryland School of Law

CONVERGE! Conference

Dates: February 7-8, 2014
Time: Friday 8 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Location: University of Miami
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All guests of the University are required to park at the Pavia Garage located at the main entrance of the Law School.
5615 Pavia Street
Coral Gables, FL 33146
Cost: Friday $7, Saturday No charge

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