The Abolishment of the Kafala System, How Qatar’s World Cup Nomination Led to Change in Their Labor System

By: Francis Mulligan             The announcement that Qatar would host the 2022 FIFA World Cup was met with widespread criticism. How does a country with no historical success in international soccer and a population of fewer than two… Read More

FGM Victims Deserve Better U.S. Asylum Protections

By: Bianca Gutierrez   From stifled whispers to impassioned shouts, our country is renewing focus on the conversation relating to the scale and scope of violence against women. The media covers headlining stories of sexual assault, domestic violence,… Read More


The Stigma Behind the Criminality of Immigrants By Kathleen Andrade Immigration rates have been growing exponentially in the United States. Under the current Trump administration, significant immigration regulations have been imposed. Some of these regulations include: implementing the… Read More

An Analysis Into the Debate Revolving Birthright Citizenship and Illegal Immigration

By Jordan Leonard In fall 2018 President Trump made waves in the political and Constitutional establishment by alluding to an executive order which would end the idea of birthright citizenship as it is currently understood. The President’s idea… Read More

Capital Punishment- An International Perspective

By Lexi Thiel A few weeks ago, while scrolling the first page of the international law section of the British online newspaper, ‘The Independent,’ among the ten or so articles featured, I noticed that two of them were… Read More