Author: Minji Reem

Letter From the Editor: The Art of Courage (and Fear)

There’s one thing I fear more than anything in the world: PIGEONS. Believe me, my fear of pigeons is a valid one. The worst, though, is when I’m rushing to get somewhere, and I see before me Mr. Breadcrumbs and… his POSSE OF PIGEONS. I am faced with the ultimate question – do I keep walking forward, or do I retreat, cross the street, and walk on the other side? Which do I pick – courage or cowardice? As law students, we face countless situations that compel us to ask ourselves this question […]

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Letter From the Editor: The Art Of Finding Your Fuel

Ladies and Gentlemen: What you see before you is a “visible gas pump,” which was used (long before the existence of modern-day cars and electric gas pumps) to pump fuel into automobiles. It was called the visible gas pump because of the clear glass cylinder compartment, which allowed people to see the fuel that they were getting. This issue of the Muckraker is akin to this clear glass cylinder compartment of the visible gas pump. You will find an amalgam of impassioned voices that comprise the very fuel that drives the CLS community – the call for crucial conversations...

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Gravity’s Rainbow: A Remembrance of Jackson Alberts, CLS ‘15

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