UVA Law School Softball Tournament Raises $20,000 for Non-Profit
More than a thousand future lawyers from across the country showed off their softball skills around Charlottesville this weekend.
About 120 teams from 52 law schools took part in the 28th annual UVA Law School Softball Tournament. Teams came from as far away as Vermont and Florida to pitch in and support a Charlottesville non-profit.
Suzanne Bradley, one of the tournament's directors says its a great mini break from the library, "Everyone has a great time. A lot people come down and say this is really their favorite thing about law school - favorite weekend you know, they get to come down take a break from the books and have a great time in Charlottesville, which is a great place to come visit."
The tournament raised $20,000 for Children, Youth and Family Services, which benefits low-income families in central Virginia.