Albany Law Students Present on Health and Human Rights in Central, South America and the Caribbean

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Late last month, a group of Albany Law students, with Professor Peter Halewood, met with faculty at the University at Albany to discuss such issues as prisoners' rights and the treatement of indigineous populations in Central American, South American and Caribbean countries.

Read more, and view photos, on the University at Albany website

The Albany Law delegation discussed a number of countries, incluing Brazil, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Bolivia, Colombia, and Ecuador. The presentations were part of an ongoing pro bono iniative between Albany Law School and the University at Albany's Global Institute for Health and Human Rights.