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JURIST staffers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law are filing dispatches on various aspects of the November 2022 midterm elections in Pennsylvania. Here, Pitt Law 1L Morgan Hubbard reports on the first and only scheduled debate between Pennsylvania US Senate candidates John Fetterman and Mehmet Oz.  Pennsylvania US Senate candidates John Fetterman (D) [...]

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Marisa Wright is a US National Correspondent for JURIST, and a 2L at Harvard Law School.  The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next Monday in a case that could have major implications for racial equality and college admissions. The case, Students for Fair Admissions Inc. v. President & Fellows of Harvard College, [...]

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Law students and law graduates in Pakistan are reporting for JURIST on events in that country impacting its legal system. Rabia Shuja holds an LLM in International Human Rights Law from Griffith College, Dublin and is Chief Correspondent for JURIST in Pakistan. She reports from Islamabad. Two weeks ago, on October 10th, a day after the [...]

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JURIST staffers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law are filing dispatches on various aspects of the November 2022 midterm elections in Pennsylvania. Here, Pitt Law 1L JP Leskovich reports on how the counting of mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania is complicated and delayed by the absence of legislative authorization for “pre-canvassing”.  Monday was the [...]

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James Ekin is a UK staff correspondent for JURIST. Liz Truss made her final statement outside Downing Street at 10am UK time on 25th October 2022. In her statement outside the famous facade of Downing Street she said: “It has been a huge honour to be Prime Minister of this great country, in particular, to [...]

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James Ekin is a UK staff correspondent for JURIST.   After Liz Truss’s announcement last week of her intention to resign as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Conservative party hopefuls are in a race to succeed her as both party leader and the occupant of No. 10.   Under Conservative Party rules, candidates for the leadership [...]

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Law students and law graduates in Pakistan are reporting for JURIST on events in that country impacting its legal system. University of London law graduate Seemal Hameed files this dispatch from Islamabad.  On Friday, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) disqualified Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan from being a member of the Parliament and [...]

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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.  Panagiotis Lampropoulos is a recent graduate of the University of Bristol Law School (UK). He is currently doing a year of required military service in Greece.  On September 17, 2013, Pavlos Fyssas, [...]

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Indian law students are reporting for JURIST on law-related developments in and affecting India. This dispatch is from Nakul Rai Khurana, a law student at Jindal Global Law School. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi spoke about the need for reformation of the Indian judicial system in a virtual address at the inauguration of the [...]

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JURIST law student staffers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law are filing dispatches on various aspects of the November 2022 midterm elections in Pennsylvania. Here, Pitt Law 2L David DeNotaris reports on campaign financing and the race between Mehmet Oz and John Fetterman for one of the two Pennsylvania seats in the closely-divided [...]

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