Maryam Jamshidi

New York University Law School

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Maryam Jamshidi is acting assistant professor of lawyering at New York University Law School. She focuses on human rights law and humanitarian law.

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As we head into the 4th of July weekend, when Americans celebrate not only the country's independence but its ideals and principles, President Trump's  travel ban  is complicating…

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