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Sidebar: Temple Law Student Cited In Landmark Decision by Supreme Court of Iowa

Ed. note: When we heard that Temple Law student Alex Dutton’s law review article on juvenile sentencing was cited in a landmark decision by the Iowa Supreme Court, we wanted to know more. So, we asked Alex to explain the issue he explored in his paper, the question before the Court, and the contribution he made to the outcome. Here’s what he had to say.
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Former Federal Prosecutor Joins Temple Law Faculty

The Temple Law community will welcome a new faculty member in the fall. Lauren Ouziel, who will teach Evidence, Criminal Procedure, and Civil Procedure, joins the faculty after practicing for several years as a federal prosecutor in New York and Philadelphia. We caught up with her as she settled in to her office in Klein Hall, where she spoke with us about her love for the law, her scholarship, and what she wants to accomplish here at Temple Law.
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Students Take Part in Historic Philadelphia Pride Day

On June 8, 2014, rising third-year evening students Alexandra Steinberg and Colin Saltry assisted Judge Ann Butchart (LAW ’93) in performing 14 same-sex marriages on Philadelphia Pride Day. Temple Law caught up with Colin and Alexandra to get their thoughts on summer internships, their experience on Philadelphia Pride Day, and the role of lawyers during historic movements.
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