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SCOTUS amicus brief addresses missing youth-focused mitigation evidence at capital sentencing

In mid-2020, students in the Youth Justice Clinic began working on the case of Terence Andrus, who was sentenced to death in Texas based on a crime he committed at 20 years old while under the influence of hallucinogenic drugs. The Clinic took on the project after the United States […]

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Students in Youth Justice Clinic work to protect rights of system-involved young people

Over the last year, students in the UDC Law Youth Justice Clinic, directed by Prof. Mae C. Quinn, have worked on cases and projects that affect young people, from providing education and support to individuals in secure detention facilities to filing briefs with the Supreme Court to advancing the right to […]

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Students in Immigration and Human Rights Clinic conduct legal orientations for Afghans living on military base

Last week, UDC Law students in the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic traveled to a military base to assist recently arrived individuals fleeing Afghanistan. First-year students Neena Qureshi ’24 and Kendra Li ’24 joined Professor and Associate Dean for Clinical and Experiential Programs Lindsay M. Harris in conducting legal orientations […]

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