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Students Help NACDL Fulfill Its Mission (Inside NACDL)
By Jon Umarov
Note from the Publisher: NACDL is fortunate to attract the interest of outstanding undergraduates and law students with a passion for criminal justice. To introduce this year’s interns and minority fellows, I am pleased to present a guest author, Jon Umarov. Jon has served as a Legal Fellow at NACDL since 2009, providing research support on a wide range of policy issues including federal discovery reform and myriad issues related to domestic and international criminal law. Recently he served as contract counsel at Amsterdam & Peroff LLP, assisting on a complex multijurisdictional arbitration case involving a Eurasian country. Currently he is back at NACDL where he will use his vast policy background to assist in migrating massive resource content to a newly designed NACDL website. Jon graduated in 2007 from Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington, Indiana.
— Norman L. Reimer
Students Help NACDL Fulfill Its Mission
This summer, as in previous years, NACDL is fortunate to have a
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