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Law School's Jimmy Gurulé uncovers the financial pipelines to terror

Author: Susan Good

Jimmy Gurule

As Jimmy Gurulé faces students in his spring semester classThe Law of Terrorism,he knows his audience is willing to delve into the complexities that al-Qaeda, and global terrorism in general, present. p. Too often, says the professor of law, other groups – the public, media and politicians, in particular…

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Law professor Gurulé to address Italian leaders on terrorism

Author: Susan Good

Jimmy Gurule

Jimmy Gurulé, professor of law in the University of Notre Dame Law School, will visitMilan,RomeandNaplesthis week to give lectures and lead discussions on global strategies to thwart the financing of terrorism. p. Among those to whom Gurulé will be speaking are government officials from the Italian ministries of finance,…

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Professor Snead to speak on stem cell research

Author: Susan Good

O. Carter Snead, associate professor of law in theNotre DameLawSchool, will give a lecture onSpeaking Truthfully About Stem Cell Research and Human Cloningat4 p.m.Nov. 16 (Wednesday) in the McKenna Hall auditorium on campus. p. Snead, who was graduated fromSt. JohnsCollegein 1996, earned his law degree fromGeorgetownUniversityin 1999.He served as…

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Professor Gurulé to speak on immigration reform and terrorism

Author: Susan Good

Jimmy Gurule

Jimmy Gurulé, professor of law in the University of Notre Dame Law School, will give a lecture onThe Need for Immigration Reform in the War on TerroratnoonNov. 16 (Wednesday) in Room 208 of McKenna Hall. p. Gurulé, an expert in international criminal law, is particularly interested in terrorism, terrorist…

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Law School's Professor Gurulé to address international audiences on terrorism

Author: Susan Good

Jimmy Gurule

Notre Dame Law School Professor Jimmy Gurulé will give lectures next month to international financiers and law enforcement officials inAustriaonU.S.efforts to prevent the funding of international terrorism. p. The lectures, sponsored by the U.S. State Department and scheduled for June 6-8 inViennaandLinz, are collectively entitledEvaluating the Progress in the…

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