Reports from our correspondents around the world
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Indian law students are reporting for JURIST on law-related developments in and affecting India. This dispatch is from Rishabh Yadev, a postgraduate law student at the University of Delhi.   Yesterday, September 29, a 3-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India headed by Hon’ble Justice D.Y. Chandrachud delivered a historic and progressive judgment on [...]

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Law students and law graduates in Pakistan are reporting for JURIST on events in that country impacting its legal system. Here, Eisha Chaudhry, a law student in the final year of her external LL.B. program at the University of London, reflects on the floods that have lately devastated so much of Pakistan and have prompted [...]

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Indian law students are reporting for JURIST on law-related developments in and affecting India. Here Apoorv Vats, a second-year student at NALSAR University of Law, files from Hyderabad on the inauguration of full video livestreaming from the Supreme Court of India.  On Tuesday September 27th the Supreme Court of India commenced livestreaming of court proceedings. The [...]

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Gaithe Alwahab is a JURIST staff correspondent in Iraq and a law graduate of Al Iraqia University. Here he reports from Baghdad. A version of this dispatch was originally filed as his first regular contribution from Iraq in late August, but circumstances he discusses at the end of this piece pre-empted it.   Iraq has been [...]

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Law students from the European Union are reporting for JURIST on law-related events in and affecting the European Union and its member states. Ciara Dinneny is a trainee with the Law Society of Ireland. She files this dispatch from Dublin. Judge Siofra O’Leary, the Irish judge at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), has [...]

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Jihene Ferchichi is JURIST’s staff correspondent in Tunisia. She reports from Tunis. Hello everyone, my name is Jihene Ferchichi, a Tunisian practicing lawyer and the holder of an LLM from the University of Pittsburgh in International Studies and Comparative Law. I will be reporting for JURIST on the state of rule of law in Tunisia, [...]

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Myanmar law students are reporting for JURIST on challenges to the rule of law in their country under the military junta that deposed the civilian government of Aung San Suu Kyi in February 2021. Here, one of our correspondents comments on an apology by a senior NUG spokesman for comments he made about the Rohingya [...]

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Hannah Brem is JURIST’s News Managing Editor, and a 3L at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. She files this dispatch from New York City.  Human rights activists gathered Monday in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to protest the visit of Philippines president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Romualdez Marcos Jr.’s to New York [...]

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Law students from the European Union are reporting for JURIST on law-related events in and affecting the European Union and its member states. Here Luisa Gambs, a German law student at the University of Augsburg, reports on European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s recent State of the Union address to the European Parliament.  This [...]

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