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ICLR Welcomes New Candidate Class

 

 

The International and Comparative Law Review is proud to welcome its newest candidate class! Please help us in congratulating the following candidates: Alexander Brody Austin Holzknecht Benjamin Braun Cristina Campo Erin Sperry Gabriella Ledbetter Jenna Florio Jessica Nowak Jorge Galavis Kevin Szmuc Mahalaxmi Subramanian Maria Corghi Meagan Nicholson Michael Iglesia Michael Monajemi Ramya Ramachanderan Rebecca […]

 

 

Sorry, Polar Bears-Oil Spill in Alaska

 

 

ALESSANDRA FERRANTE – Currently, in Anchorage, Alaska crude oil as well as natural gas continue to spill onto the snow-covered tundra. [1]The spill was caused by BP drilling. [2] Employees discovered an uncontrolled natural gas leak that was accompanied by the spray of crude oil. [3] Yesterday, while crude oil spilled onto the ice, Alaskan senators […]

 

 

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ICLR Welcomes New Candidate Class

 

 

The International and Comparative Law Review is proud to welcome its newest candidate class! Please help us in congratulating the following candidates: Alexander Brody Austin Holzknecht Benjamin Braun Cristina Campo Erin Sperry Gabriella Ledbetter Jenna Florio Jessica Nowak Jorge Galavis Kevin Szmuc Mahalaxmi Subramanian Maria Corghi Meagan Nicholson Michael Iglesia Michael Monajemi Ramya Ramachanderan Rebecca […]

 

 

Sorry, Polar Bears-Oil Spill in Alaska

 

 

ALESSANDRA FERRANTE – Currently, in Anchorage, Alaska crude oil as well as natural gas continue to spill onto the snow-covered tundra. [1]The spill was caused by BP drilling. [2] Employees discovered an uncontrolled natural gas leak that was accompanied by the spray of crude oil. [3] Yesterday, while crude oil spilled onto the ice, Alaskan senators […]

 

 

West of the Grove, Left out of International Human Rights

 

 

Kiana Courtney – Nestled in the city of Miami is the neighborhood of Coconut Grove. Before the City of Miami was incorporated, Bahamians established the neighborhood, making Coconut Grove the oldest neighborhood in the City. Black Bahamians built this community and inhabited the western portion of Coconut Grove, also known as Village West or the […]

 

 

Venezuela’s Crippling Democracy

 

 

Lina Mesa – Venezuela is no stranger to protests. Since 1999, protests against the authoritarian regime are commonplace. However, a protest on April 4th, which quickly escalated to a standoff, can be attributed to a series of events that began unfolding in Venezuela on March 29th. First, Venezuela’s supreme court, which is loyal to the […]

 

 

Sound the Trumpet: The United States’ Attack on the Syrian Government Causes International Ripple Effects

 

 

DANIEL CELAYA – On April 7, 2017, United States President Donald J. Trump ordered a targeted military strike aimed at Shayrat Airbase in Syria.[1] Syria is in the midst of a complex civil war, with factions such as the Islamic State, the Syrian opposition, and the Syrian government all fighting for territorial control over the […]

 

 

 

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