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Publication Date

Spring 2003


Notre Dame Law School


Notre Dame


Migrants, Barbara Szweda, Sairah Saeed, Brendan Wilson, Julissa Robles, International Human Rights Law, Joseph Bauer, Jay Tidmarsh, Agent Orange, Becky Emmons, Paul Peralta, Chief Justice Rehnquist


Immigration Law | International Law


Reaching Beyond Borders
Encounter with Migrants
Reinforces Importance of Justice

Subsidiarity as a Structural Principle of International Human Rights Law

Agent Orange Heads to the Supreme Court

A Bed for the Night: Humanitarianism in Crisis

Notre Dame Law School Faculty Focus: Professor Joseph Bauer

Friend-in-Law: Local Attorney Shares His Knowledge with Chilean Counterparts

Clynes Endowment Brings Chief Justice Rehnquist to Campus

Law School Announces Loan Repayment Assistance Program Established to Aid Those in Public Service

Law School Graduate Invested into the Sovereign Military Order of Malta

Notre Dame Lawyer - Spring 2003



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