MSL Alumni Out in the World: Amy Pestenariu (MSL ’19) on a Human Rights-Based Response to Tuberculosis

On 31 October 2019, following work that I had done in the International Human Rights Law & Practice Clinic during my time in the MSL program, I had the opportunity to facilitate and present at a first-of-its-kind, legal and community training workshop in Hyderabad, India, on the subject of a human rights-based response to tuberculosis. […]

Professor Rodriguez Discusses the Educational Piece of the Puzzle for Allied Legal Professionals

In the following article, Dan Rodriguez, the Harold Washington Professor and former dean at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, discusses efforts to increase access to legal services through the use of legal professionals who are not licensed lawyers. He focuses on how these “Allied Legal Professionals” (ALPs) might be educated to effectively represent clients, […]

MSL Students Learn About the US-China Trade War (and Celebrate Chinese New Year)

The US-China relationship is widely recognized as the most important bilateral relationship in the world; many STEM and legal professionals confront issues related to this relationship on a daily basis. To share some insights about working transnationally, Perkins Coie, an international law firm, sponsored a seminar for MSL students entitled, “Skirmishes in the Trade War: […]