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CCHR Post-doc Discusses Human Rights in Sudan

On Monday, Sept. 15, Muthee Kiunga, a post-doctoral research associate for Notre Dame Law School’s Center for Civil and Human Rights (CCHR) will present “Beyond Darfur: Conflict and Human Rights...

Professor of the Year Commencement Address

You have heard several wonderful messages today: Be noble in this profession, lead integrated lives, pursue justice. I am not going to repeat them. Surely they resonate deeply with you....

Defending Pakistan's constitution

When General Pervez Musharraf suspended the Pakistani Constitution and imposed martial law last November, Ali Qazilbash '97LL.M., '05J.S.D. knew that he was facing a crisis for which he had prepared...

Dean O'Hara to Step Down Next Year

In June of next year, I will complete my tenth year as dean. When I was a relatively new dean, a wonderful alumnus and generous supporter offered me what I...

Spotlight on Careers for Social Change

Two Notre Dame Law School alums will tell their stories at a campus event on Wednesday called “Making a Living, Making a Difference: Careers for Social Change.” It takes place...
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2008 Moot Court Showcase

Notre Dame Law School will present its 58th annual Moot Court Showcase Argument on Thursday, February 21, in the Judge Norman C. Barry Courtroom.
George Mugwanya

George Mugwanya '00 J.S.D.

Dr. George Mugwanya (J.S.D. ’00), Senior Appeals Counsel for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Addresses NDLS Students and Faculty