Tagged: International Human Rights Clinic

A Quick Update on Egypt

My first post for BU’s student blog dealt with the International Human Right’s Clinic’s Egypt trip to research the Syrian refugee crisis.  Now that the end of our project is approaching, I wanted to share some exciting news and more information that we are still incorporating into our report’s final draft. A month after we […]

The International Human Rights Clinic’s Trip to Turkey

Hello readers! My name is Sarah, and I am posting as a guest writer on Aaron’s blog to share some of the findings and experiences from the International Human Rights Clinic’s recent trip to Turkey.  Like Aaron, I am a 2L at Boston University School of Law.  I am from Virginia, studied English and jazz […]

The International Human Rights Clinic’s Trip to Egypt

In my last post, I didn’t have the opportunity to delve too deeply into the International Human Rights Clinic’s Syrian Refugee Project. Now that both the Egypt and the Turkey research teams have completed their field assignments, I wanted to share some of my team’s findings and experiences in Cairo. Cairo is like nothing I’ve […]

“We must never forget that it is a constitution we are creating.”

Since this is my first blog post (ever), I’ll start off with who I am.  My name is Aaron Lang, I’m a 2L at Boston University, and I’m writing now from Cairo, Egypt. I’m here working on a clinic project with Professor Susan Akram and another BU student, Elena Noureddine. Together we represent Boston University’s […]