Jasmine Gonzales Rose Presents Her Research at Center on Race and Social Problems
Professor Jasmine Gonzales Rose, the newest member of Pitt Law's faculty, presented her research to the Center on Race and Social Problems' Intergroup Relations Research Advisory Panel. Professor Gonzales Rose discussed her article, "The Exclusion of Non-English-Speaking Jurors: Remedying a Century of Denial of the Sixth Amendment in the Federal Courts of Puerto Rico," which she has published in the Harvard Civil Rights - Civil Liberties Law Review.
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For those wishing to see Professor Gonzales Rose' paper, clink on this SSRN link.