King's College recently hosted its annual Legal Career Day which involved approximately 100 juniors and seniors from six local high schools. Students interested in the legal profession heard presentations from King's faculty and student representatives involved in the Pre-Law Program and local attorneys Joseph Cosgrove and Jane Acri. Students from GAR, Holy Redeemer, Meyers, Hanover Area, Nanticoke Area and Montrose Area high schools attended the event. Legal Career Day was started in the 1980s by the late Donald Buzinkai, professor and founding chairman of the Political Science Department. Some of the participants, from left: Cosgrove; Acri; Joseph Rish, associate professor and chair of the Political Science Department and pre-law advisor; and Ian Oakley, King's senior and president of Pre-Law Society.