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An outline, map or cann are different names for what is essentially the same thing. Each is meant to be a condensed and potent dissemination of all of the relevant case law that students are instructed to read each week. Often the IRAC (Issues, Ratio Decidendi, Application, Conclusion) method will be used to break down[…]

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Francophone Representative The Francophone Representative is responsible for: Membership outreach and development of chapters at universities with legal programs in the French language Overseeing the planning and execution of the Civil Law Symposium à a weekend event that connects university students with French civil law practitioners through panels and networking events Serve as Chair of[…]

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In all honesty, I’m not really phased by the fact that there are so few black people in my cohort. At the age of 15 I switched from a predominantly black public high school to a private high school where you could count the black people on one hand, or more accurately on a couple[…]

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“Wow! You’re in law school?” “You must be really smart, huh?” “Are you a basketball player?” These questions symbolize balancing limited societal expectations of Black men with barely accessible avenues for academic achievement. As a result, many Black men in law school and the legal profession are relegated to encourage an unlearning and re-education of[…]

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