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New Tech Sector Roundtable Engages Silicon Valley AlumniStory
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Alums Reconnect at the 2014 Reunion GalaStory
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Gov. Brown Appoints Two Alumni to Superior CourtsStory
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Stephen Hamill ’78 Honored as 2013 Alum of the Year


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Justice Antonin Scalia and Bryan Garner to Speak at USFStory
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Faculty Book Offers Glimpse into Lives of the World’s PoorestStory
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Scholarship, Symposia, and Publications

Law school publications, faculty scholarship, and symposia contribute to the intellectually vibrant community and global perspective of the USF School of Law.

The international focus of scholarship is broad, with professors writing and presenting on everything from eliminating discrimination, the juvenile death penalty, and human trafficking to how treaty law can affect domestic policy and the nuances of international trade. Symposia showcase the work of USF professors while inviting outside perspectives from visiting lawyers, government officials, judges, and faculty from other universities. Visiting speakers at symposia and other law school events, such as Dennis Edney, the lawyer of Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr, enhance what students have learned in the classroom. The law school also hosts frequent visitors who come to learn about USF's innovative international and human rights programs. Visitors have included Iranian law professors, community activists from South Asia, Italian lawyers, and members of the human rights committee in Saudi Arabia.

To learn about Center for Law and Global Justice scholarship, symposia, and publications, click the links in the column to the right.