Tagged: International Law

Friday, April 4: Syrian Refugee Presentation at BU Law

From time to time, I’ve posted information on the Boston University International Human Rights Clinic’s fieldwork and research concerning Syrian refugees in Egypt, Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon.  Now that our report is close to completion, I wanted to let everyone know about two presentations that the Clinic is hosting: one at BU Law and the […]

“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 […]

A World Of Opportunity

It’s a small world. Don’t get me wrong, there are many different countries separated by oceans and mountains, but in the end I think there is more connecting people than keeping them apart. We may come from places with cultures that have rich histories and traditions, yet we can still relate to one another on […]