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Africa

  • Into Africa (Part 2)

    Despite the difficult conditions of the school, the students showed their dedication to the program. Turpin recalled a student that travelled by bus and by foot for more than 12 hours to get to school, but he wore a silk suit and tie to class every day.

  • Into Africa (Part 1)

    10 lawyers from DLA Piper and Boehringer Ingelheim decided to travel to the University of Zambia School of Law in Lusaka to teach a one-week course on legal writing to a group of more than 90 Zambian law students.

  • Shareholder sues Hershey over documents revealing alleged African child labor

    Just one day after Halloween—one of the biggest days for candy consumption—The Hershey Co. is facing a lawsuit alleging it could knowingly have violated and benefited from child-trafficking laws.

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