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Colombia protests against police brutality continue after law student killed

Colombia protests against police brutality continue after law student killed

14.09.2020 | Gabrielle Wast | U. Pittsburgh School of Law, US SEPTEMBER 11, 2020 03:01:11 PM | 764

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India-Pakistan 73 Years After Partition

India-Pakistan 73 Years After Partition

10.09.2020 | Shreya Devgan SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 11:30:31 PM Edited by: Vishwajeet Deshmukh | Government Law College Mumbai, IN | 683

Shreya Devgan, a student from Symbiosis Law School Pune, India discusses relations between Indian and Pakistan 73 years after the partition...

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The Confederate in the Room Must Go

The Confederate in the Room Must Go

10.09.2020 | Jose Armendariz SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 11:58:13 AM Edited by: Khushali Mahajan | Rajiv Gandhi National U. of Law, IN | 673

Jose Armendariz, an incarcerated student and writer in Orange County, California, shares his opinion on the injustice black people and people of color face in the criminal justice system due to racism...

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Texas lawmaker proposes ‘Bo’s Law’ to clarify castle doctrine following fatal shooting by off-duty police officer

Texas lawmaker proposes ‘Bo’s Law’ to clarify castle doctrine following fatal shooting by off-duty police officer

10.09.2020 | Leanne Winkels | U. Pittsburgh School of Law, US SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 11:48:08 AM | 690

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Philippines president pardons US Marine convicted of killing transgender woman

Philippines president pardons US Marine convicted of killing transgender woman

8.09.2020 | Trisha Klan | U. Pittsburgh School of Law, US SEPTEMBER 7, 2020 03:55:45 PM | 707

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Federal judge orders Trump administration to resume issuing diversity visas after pandemic-related freeze

Federal judge orders Trump administration to resume issuing diversity visas after pandemic-related freeze

8.09.2020 | Steven Pagach | U. Pittsburgh School of Law, US SEPTEMBER 7, 2020 01:31:54 PM | 1070

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Vigilantes, Brown Shirts, and the Attack on the Rule of Law

Vigilantes, Brown Shirts, and the Attack on the Rule of Law

8.09.2020 | David M. Crane SEPTEMBER 7, 2020 09:54:55 PM Edited by: Khushali Mahajan | Rajiv Gandhi National U. of Law, IN | 725

David M. Crane, founding Chief Prosecutor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, draws a parallel between the rise of fascist tendencies in the US, and the spread of extremism in Nazi Germany and suggests the upcoming elections are the only means to overcome it...

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Russia court imprisons Jehovah’s Witnesses as members of extremist organization

Russia court imprisons Jehovah’s Witnesses as members of extremist organization

4.09.2020 | Trisha Klan | U. Pittsburgh School of Law, US SEPTEMBER 3, 2020 12:03:53 PM | 806

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UN human rights experts call for Belarus to end mistreatment of detainees and protestors

UN human rights experts call for Belarus to end mistreatment of detainees and protestors

4.09.2020 | Emily Beeken | U. Pittsburgh School of Law, US SEPTEMBER 3, 2020 02:50:18 PM | 674

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The Legal System Has No Integrity

The Legal System Has No Integrity

4.09.2020 | Nicholas Ripley SEPTEMBER 4, 2020 09:00:47 AM Edited by: Vishwajeet Deshmukh | Government Law College Mumbai, IN | 764

Nicholas Ripley, J.D., a 2020 graduate of the American University Washington College of Law, discusses the integrity of the American legal system in the time of COVID, Black Lives Matter, and activism for diploma privilege...

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