Tag Archives: Federal Law

Still Dazzled by the Facts and Figures

By: Alefiyah Ezzi, PHRGE Fellow at Oxfam America My experience at Oxfam America over the past 11 weeks has been phenomenal. I gained knowledge about the corporate world and developed skills that I could not have within the walls of a classroom. … Continue reading

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A Fighting Chance: Legal Responses to the Humanitarian Border Crisis

By: Jacqueline Kelley, PHRGE Fellow at South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project (ProBAR) in South Texas I sat across from Jonathan as he told me a lifetime of stories. Abandoned by his mother at age three, Jonathan, from Michoacan, … Continue reading

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Court Strikes Down Oklahoma Amendment

Posted by Professor Martha Davis, Northeastern University School of Law On August 15, a federal district court in Oklahoma struck down the state’s constitutional amendment barring consideration by state court judges of Sharia law, international law and “legal precepts of … Continue reading

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