Student Commentary

Amelia Mathias, Pitt Law '11, writes from Brussels about the European Union elections...It would have been easy to forget entirely about June's elections for the European Parliament if one ignored the election posters plastering European cities, portraying diverse faces of...

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Ana Nikodijevic, visiting scholar from the School of Organizational Sciences, University of Belgrade, comments on the ongoing development of human rights law in Serbia...Although the ethnic conflicts of the 1990s are a distant memory for much of the world, they...

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Wendy Doernberg, Pitt Law '11, studied Israeli law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and lived in Jerusalem for 6 months...Unlike the United States, Israel has yet to adopt a formal written constitution. Even some of the laws which form...

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Guest commentator Sara Burhan Abdullah, Pitt Law LL.M. '08 and JD '12, writes about an experience in her native Iraq...While living in Iraq, my husband Haider Hamoudi and I began working for the Iraqi Jessup moot court team. We instructed...

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