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Prof. Honigsberg Secures $500,000 Grant for Witness to Guantanamo ProjectStory
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Second Annual Legalpalooza! Introduces Students to Career Options and PractitionersStory
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USF Trustees Welcome New MembersStory
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318 USF Alumni Named 2014 Super LawyersStory
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Dean Honored With 2014 SF Latino Heritage AwardStory
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Inaugural Brand Pursuit of Justice Fellow Heads to ThailandStory
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Criminal and Juvenile Justice Law Clinic Student’s Investigation Helps Exonerate ClientStory

Student Research

Through the Center for Law and Global Justice, students contribute to the eradication of social injustice by participating in human rights projects focusing on migration, human trafficking, forced displacement, peace and democracy building, juvenile life without parole sentences, and corporate responsibility.

Students play a critical role in center programs by conducting research, developing curricula, and translating legal and governmental documents. Recent opportunities for students have included studying affirmative action, developing a U.N. report on California prison conditions, writing a petition to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, and researching the unlawful detention of Guantanamo detainees.

Papers