24 Feb 2010

Julia Carrano, George Washington University School of Law '10, spent a summer working for Heritage Watch in Cambodia...After my first year of law school, I spent a month in Phnom Penh, Cambodia with Heritage Watch, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Cambodian cultural heritage sites and fostering sustainable development. As [read more]

23 Feb 2010

Kristine Long, Pitt Law '11, relates the findings of Anna Kavalauskas and Silpa Swarnapuri, Pitt Law '12, who looked into the measures taken to facilitate adoption proceedings for 54 Haitian orphans relocated to Pittsburgh...In January, Haiti was struck by an earthquake which devastated the nation and brought attention and aid [read more]

16 Feb 2010

Hamsa Subramaniam discusses the knowledge she gained as a 2008 Clinton Fellow at SAATHII, an HIV/AIDS technical assistance organization in Chennai, India...In 2007, the World Health Organization reported that 2.3 million people above the age of 15 are infected with HIV in India, a prevalence which ranks second only to [read more]

15 Feb 2010

Myroslava Savchuk, Pitt Law LLM '10, discusses the differences between judicial review in the United States and her home country of Ukraine...Judicial review refers to a court's power to review the constitutionality of a country's laws and invalidate them when necessary. Although the structure, methods, and effects of judicial review [read more]

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