27 Aug 2010

Joseph Schaeffer, Pitt Law '12, recently attended a Coal Law Short Course sponsored by the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation and hosted at the West Virginia University College of Law... In Appalachia, Coal is King. Coal-fired power plants provide the majority of the region's electricity, and it's difficult to find [read more]

13 Aug 2010

Zana Berisha and Kutjesa Nezaj, both 2010 graduates of the Pitt Law LL.M. program, are Kosovar citizens and write about the International Court of Justice's recent decision on their country's Declaration of Independence... When the International Court of Justice (ICJ) rendered its decision on the legality of Kosovo's Declaration of [read more]

6 Aug 2010

Emma Founds, Pitt Law '11, traveled to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) through Pitt's Center for International Legal Education and reports on the ICTR's difficulty in prosecuting gender-based crimes, such as rape and sexual assault... While there have been major advancements in the prosecution of gender crimes internationally, [read more]

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