South Korea educators call for legal reforms, expansion of teachers’ rights amid rising suicide rate – JURIST

On Monday, Seoul witnessed a gathering of 50,000 educators demanding the protection of their rights and advocating for lawful regulation concerning overbearing parents. Related to this protest, the country has seen a... Read more »

Immigrants’ Rights Clinic Wins Deportation Case – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

Kwan Kim, ’20, Mariel Perez-Santiago, ’20, and Derin McLeod, ’20 at San Francisco Immigration Court on the day of their client’s hearing. Ms. D is the primary caretaker of her U.S. citizen... Read more »
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Immigrants’ Rights Clinic Client and His Family are Reunited After Over 20 Years – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

After more than two decades of separation, Mr. E and his wife are finally reunited with their sons.   Mr. E, a client of the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, is reunited with his... Read more »

Visual Artists Rights Act Does Not Prohibit Covering Murals

Thursday, August 31, 2023 The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed that the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 (VARA) does not prohibit covering an artist’s mural where there... Read more »

Kenya rights organizations criticize President’s remarks on controversial sugar company ownership dispute – JURIST

The Law Society of Kenya, Amnesty International Kenya, Kenya Human Rights Commission and Humanity Activism Knowledge Integrity (HAKI) Africa jointly raised concerns Tuesday over recent statements made by the President of Kenya... Read more »

Immigrants’ Rights Clinic Students Reflect on First Court Hearing – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

Lauryn Bennett, ’24, on Preparing for the Hearing: Ari Berman, ’24, and Lauryn Bennett, ’24, represented a family from Venezuela seeking political asylum. This quarter, my clinic partner and I represented a... Read more »
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