Students and faculty in the Center for the Comparative Study for Metropolitan Growth contributed research to a new book from UN-Habitat, “Effectiveness of Planning Law in Land-Rich Developed Countries.”
This summer she’s working for Baker Hostetler and is hoping to continue after graduating. Outside of the classroom, she’s involved in several co-curriculars including Law Review, the Jewish Law Student Association and she serves on the board of Wellness in Law Society.
The program is designed to educate incoming freshmen and others on how to prevent and intervene against sexual assault.
A year-long study funded will allow researchers to examine threats related to the sale of critical COVID-19 supplies via darknet markets.
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Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions