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  • Writer's pictureJordan Hulseberg

Practitioner profile: Be featured!

The Criminal Law Practitioner, like its name suggests, is principally produced for practitioners. Our publication, blog and other scholarly work address practitioners’ perspectives and thoughtfully advise them on how to handle certain topics in criminal law. As a student-run publication, however, there is some practice-based knowledge we lack.


Therefore, it is fitting for the Practitioner to tap into criminal law practitioners’ knowledge directly and celebrate practitioners’ achievements. We will begin regularly posting practitioner profiles and sharing their hard-won knowledge.


If you are a criminal law practitioner and you would like to be featured in a practitioner profile, please contact the editor-in-chief at clp@wcl.american.edu.

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