Tag Archives: Law School

Parole: The Death of Due Process

By Tara Dunn “Going to prison is like dying with your eyes open.”-Bernard Kerik. These are My Brothers, Uncles and Fathers My second day on co-op, my supervisor and I visited the Washington, D.C. Central Detention Facility to see clients. … Continue reading

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A Desire to Give Voice to the Voiceless

Emmanuel Sam, a native of Sierra Leone and a Masters of Law student at Northeastern University School of Law, was awarded a PHRGE Fellowship this spring to work with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) in … Continue reading

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By kt crossman With the wind chill, it’s about 15 degrees outside this morning.  This week is shaping up to be the coldest DC has seen in a long time; while all that means for me is an unpleasant wait … Continue reading

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