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HRLR Alum Picked for Supreme Court Clerkship

The Columbia Human Rights Law Review would like to offer our congratulations to Beatrice Franklin, CLS ’14, who will be clerking for Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, CLS ’59, starting in summer 2017. Beatrice served as an articles editor for HRLR and was published in Volume 45.2 for her Note “Irreparability, I Presume? On Assuming Irreparable Harm for Constitutional Violations in Preliminary Injunctions.”

More information about Beatrice and her time at Columbia Law School can be found here.

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