Category: GGU Law Review

Lying in the Sun

National security threats are all around us. Anything can be a threat: poor education, environmental concerns, international or domestic terrorists, cyber security—the list goes on. Energy security will continue to be a problem until actual […]

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Hero Athletes

Professional athletes are heroes we can aspire to be. Athletes are otherwise ordinary people from ordinary backgrounds. They achieve status of hero when they train hard and put all their efforts into the sport, which […]

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Friends in Low Places

Amicus curiae, which translates to “friend of the court,” refers to an entity that supplies a court with information or advice relating to a case. Amicus briefs are submitted by third parties, who have no […]

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