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The Reproductive Health Crisis in the Southern Kordofan Region of Sudan

By Nicolette Bartolameolli on Monday, October 30th, 2017

In 2011, South Sudan, led by the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (“SPLM”), voted to break from Sudan.[1] The vote for independence came after many years of civil war between the northern and southern regions of Sudan, driven by religious and ethnic divisions.[2] The northern regions of Sudan were predominantly Arab Muslim, whereas the southern regions…

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Freedom of Suppression

By John Baglia on Sunday, October 1st, 2017

“In the end it is worse to suppress dissent than to run the risk of heresy.” – Judge Billings Learned Hand Over this past weekend, NFL players, coaches, and teams continued the highly-controversial protests sparked last season by Colin Kaepernick.[1] Throughout last season, Kaepernick refused to stand during the playing of the National Anthem in…

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Comment Symposium

By Law Review on Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

You can now register for the symposium here: https://101217lr.eventbrite.com The John Marshall Law Review is pleased to announce the speakers for the upcoming Fall Comment Symposium. Bobby Greene, Alexandra Verven, Laura Wibberly, John Baglia, Anthony Morelli, Tess Godhardt, and Kerby Kniss will all provide insight on their comments. Be sure not to miss this insight…

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The Domestic and International Legal Implications of DACA

By Sarah Dávila-Ruhaak on Saturday, September 23rd, 2017

*Sarah is the Director of the International Human Rights Clinic at The John Marshall Law School. New actions on DACA The Trump administration announced its intention of ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) if Congress does not find a permanent solution in six months. This six-month period will end on March 5,…

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