Sean K. Claggett Selected as 2010 Boyd Alumnus of the Year[http://extranet.law.unlv.edu/NewsAndEvents/single_news.php?id=203]Sean K. Claggett ‘03 has been named the 2010 William S. Boyd School of Law Alumnus of the Year, the highest and most prest...
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I have always been interested in the equal access to justice. As a legal intern with the International Committee of the Red Cross in New Delhi, India I was able to research and draft documents that expanded the scope of common citizens of India to...
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