Month: September 2015

The Other “F” Words: Fired & First Amendment

By: Robert Glueck & Halee Snellgrove Maturin Ned Stark believed that the man who passes the sentence should swing the sword. Yet when he attempted to exercise his right of free speech and denounce the King of Westeros, Stark faced…

Prosecution and the Electorate

By: Jacob Longman Most countries do not elect their prosecutors. The United States, in fact, is the only country in the world that does. This brings a uniquely political tint to what, in other countries, is a purely administrative criminal…

PILS Fall Day of Service

By: Liz Wong To say the Fall Day of Service was a success would be an understatement. There was a record breaking number of participants this year according to 2L PILS Community Service Chair, Sara Richards. Last year, there were…

Night at the Museum: A Curated Tour with Professor Baier

By: Annie Beckstrom   (Above is audio of Annie’s interview with Prof. Baier.) There comes a time during law school when one must venture into the unknown world of the fourth floor. Whether to meet with a professor in hopes of…

Back to School Breakdown: Barbie Edition

By: Alaina Richard This issue of the Civilian is all about introducing the 1Ls to PMH life: the opportunities and the disappointments, the ups and the downs, the good and the ugly – and of course, the people you’ll encounter along…