27 May 2010

Kristine Long, Pitt Law '11, traveled to Belgrade, Serbia, for a pre-moot prior to the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna, Austria... The conflict between Kosovo and Serbia is so contentious that it seemed appropriate to follow my recent article about Kosovo's independence with an article from [read more]

25 May 2010

M. Patrick Yingling, Pitt Law '11, recently studied at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany, and is currently studying at the University of Bologna in Italy... Europe and the United States share many legal principles. But they differ as regards notions of privacy and free speech. While European media outlets [read more]

21 May 2010

Polly Chien, Pitt Law '12, writes about the rights of migrant workers in her home country of Taiwan... Many Americans need a cup of coffee in the morning. As a first year law student, I walk down the street from the law school to McDonald's to buy mine. Sometimes, the [read more]

20 May 2010

Kristine Long, Pitt Law '11, attended a lecture held by Vjosa Osmani, Pitt Law L.L.M '05 and advisor to the President of Kosovo on Legal and International Affairs... A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend a lecture on Kosovo's path to independence and the legal issues currently [read more]

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