Tuesday, September 26, 2017

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Veterans Day: Honoring our Veterans

By Stacy James, 1L | National Current Events
San Diego is home to the nation's largest concentration of military personnel.  More than 15,000 active duty service member’s transition...

Body Shaming: More Than Our Bodies

By Stacy James, 1L | Current Events, Time to Speak, Entertainment
Body shaming is an “urban dictionary” term used to describe behavior that critiques, generalizes, demeans or otherwise shames women who do...

Health and Student Life

By Ruby Fa’agau, 2L | Opinions, Life in the Law, TJSL
Most law students begin their academic career sitting down to review their law school applications.  Then when first year begins, the...

China Study Abroad

By Lauren Pevehouse, 3L | Opinions, Life in the Law, TJSL
The China study abroad program is a fantastic opportunity that I had the chance to be apart of. It is incredible to be able to live in a...

My Summer Study Abroad

By Justin Issac, 2L | Opinions, Life in the Law, TJSL
This summer I was lucky enough to travel to both China and France through the Thomas Jefferson School of Law Study Abroad program.  The...

Kim Davis – A Brief Legal Overview

By Coleman Alguire, 3L | National Current Events, Life in the Law
There are several legal issues that are brought up by the recent actions of Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis after she refused marriages...

Kim Davis: It Is Time to Act

By Jesse Schiffman, 1L | Current Events, National Current Events, Opinions, Life in the Law, Time to Speak
Kim Davis is not Rosa Parks.  She is not a martyr, nor is she a hero.  Kim Davis is the bus driver who refused to do his job when Rosa...

Necessity and the Right to Control Distribution: The $750/Pill AIDS Medication

By Donny Samporna, 3L | Current Events, National Current Events, Opinions, Life in the Law
8,000 people, along with the rest of the world, were shocked when they woke up one morning last month.  Daraprim, a medication used to...

Passing the Bar: Alcohol and Substance Abuse in Law School

By Stacy James, 1L | Opinions, Life in the Law
In 2010, The California Bar Journal and the American Bar Association (ABA) published articles listing a study done by the National...

Syrian Refugee Crisis

By Mahsa Kashkooly, 2L | Global Current Events, Opinions, Time to Speak
During the conflict in Syria, approximately 220,000 people have been killed while 12.8 million people are in need of urgent humanitarian...