March 15, 2010
by Max Parmelee
Zach Mueller, Pitt Law '12, recently attended oral arguments in the case of Humanitarian Law Project v. Holder at the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC. He shares his thoughts on the experience...The red velvet curtain parted, and Chief Justice John Roberts emerged from the narrow opening ...[read more]
March 2, 2010
by Max Parmelee
Max Parmelee, Pitt Law '12, discusses the ways in which his views of racial profiling changed after attending a lecture by Pitt Law Professor David Harris and reflecting on the use of profiling by federal and local authorities...Earlier this year, Jordan Miles was walking through Pittsburgh... ...[read more]
November 4, 2009
by Max Parmelee
Sara Burhan Abdullah, Pitt Law LLM '08 and JD '12, writes about an experience in her home country of Iraq...As an Iraqi lawyer and US law student, I often check some of the Iraqi websites meant to inform people about draft laws being put before the Iraqi Parliament. One day, I was reading ...[read more]

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