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Dear Fellow Alumnus/Alumna of Ave Maria School of Law:

I would like to share once more the good news about the group of alumni that have come together to support the Lex Vitae Society - the law school's student organization committed to ending abortion and building the annual delegation from the law school to the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. 

I came to Ave Maria School of Law in 2006 because of the school's unique Pro-Life Mission.  While in Law School, I was proud to be a member of Lex Vitae and a part of the March for Life.  Today, as an attorney living in Washington, D.C. and working for Americans United for Life - another organization committed to ending abortion - I am deeply grateful that AMSL prepared me so well for a career as an advocate for pro-life reform all over America.

This year, with the support of many alumni and in conjunction with the Development Department at Ave Maria, we established the Lex Vitae Fund-a giving opportunity to encourage pro-life leadership at the law school and to support our alma mater in its unique focus on the dignity of the human person. 

In January 2011, I was invited by Dean Milhizer to serve as National Chairman of the Lex Vitae Fund.  I enthusiastically agreed because attending the March as an Ave Maria law student will always be one of my most cherished memories and I want to make sure future Ave Maria law students have the same opportunity.  This new initiative will support the Lex Vitae Society in its annual March for Life delegation, as well as the various activities it holds on campus to foster a deeper respect for innocent human life and enthusiasm for the March. 

The Lex Vitae Fund is a restricted fund and our contributions will be used solely to promote Lex Vitae's activities, particularly its annual delegation of students to the March for Life in Washington, D.C.  I am a part of an initial group of alumni called Founders of the Lex Vitae Fund, who are committed to a contribution of $100 or more by May 15th, 2011, the day that Senator Marco Rubio will join the Class of 2011 for Commencement.  I am pleased to share that dozens of our fellow graduates of AMSL have already committed to be Founder, and I hope you will today if you have not done so already. 

Our Founders will be recognized forever on a plaque that will be placed in a location of honor on the law school's campus in Naples, and will receive recognition in law school publications like the Advocate magazine and the website.  I particularly look forward to recognizing your support of this new fund before the AMSL pro-life community at the 2012 March for Life in Washington, D.C. 

While others will give to this Fund after May 15th - in fact we have plans to make this one of the best-funded giving opportunities at Ave Maria - the Founders will stand apart as the very first ones who came together and launched this Fund with vigor. 

To become a Founder of the Lex Vitae Fund, simply go to the law school's website, or call (239) 687-5400.  You can also email to pledge your support, or simply drop a check in the mail to the 1025 Commons Circle, Naples FL 34119 Attn: Mallary Washbish.  Please remember that the deadline to become a Founder-with your $100 contribution-is Commencement Sunday, May 15th.

In closing, our unity as alumni of Ave Maria School of Law is rooted in our unwavering belief that one day the sad nightmare of abortion will end in this country and we will be victorious.  As alumni of Ave Maria School of Law, we will champion together the greatest human rights battle of our time and support future advocates for Life.  Please join me in becoming a Founder of the Lex Vitae Fund. 


Kellie Fiedorek


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