Growing Concerns of the Northern Ireland Border Post-Brexit

What’s behind renewed tensions over the Northern Ireland Border? Tracey Woodward from Reiss Edwards explains. In recent weeks, old tensions have been renewed on the border in Northern Ireland. Following several nights of violence, including the use of petrol bombs, stones, and other weapons against the police, the US White House expressed its concern. White House spokesperson, Jen Psaki, stated, […] Read more

Clark v. State Public Charter School Authority, et al.

The full PDF of the Clark v. State federal lawsuit is available for download here. Clark-v.-Nevada-Complaint-12-22-2020 This is a U.S. federal lawsuit alleging that a school and related entities violated a high school student’s and his mother’s First and Fourteenth Amendment rights to speech and privacy (among other claims) by requiring the student to publicly […] Read more

Misery in Myanmar for Rohingya Refugees

The Rohingya people are enduring brutal persecution by the state in Myanmar. The international community must make a stand. Described by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres as ‘one of, if not the most discriminated people in the world’, the Rohingya ethnic group are enduring unthinkable persecution at the hands of the Myanmar state. A predominantly Muslim ethnic group […] Read more