Monthly Archives: April 2011

Death Penalty Law

Combating the “CSI Effect”: An Analysis of Forensic Science in North Carolina -George C. Kourtsounis Introduction Forensic science is defined as the use of science to answer legal questions. Drastic reforms are needed in the field of forensic science to … Continue reading

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Immigration Law

“Particular Social Group” Classification: A Case For Mexican Drug-Violence Asylees -Leticia A. Corona I. Introduction to Mexican Drug-War Asylum Applicants Narcotic and drug cartel related violence has escalated at an alarming rate over the past few years, and the Mexican … Continue reading

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2010-2011 UDC Student Law Journal

The first annual UDC Student Law Journal features articles on five subjects: International Human Rights Law, Immigration Law, Race and the Law, Reproductive Justice, and Death Penalty Law. 1. Reproductive Justice Seeking Reproductive Justice: Written Practice Agreements and [the lack … Continue reading

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