Munashe Magarira

Munashe MagariraClass of 2014
Articles Editor, Volume 39
Staff, Volume 38

Munashe Magarira is a second-year law student from Phoenix, Arizona. Munashe currently serves as a Special Trips Coordinator on the UNC Pro Bono Program Board, a staff writer for North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation and a Law Revue Representative. Munashe graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2010 with a degree in Political Science and English. After graduating, Munashe served as an AmeriCorps VISTA in Wilmington. After graduation, Munashe hopes to pursue a career in Civil Rights Work.

Blog Posts

From Madrid to D.C.: Could an American Court Invoke Universal Jurisdiction to Try Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad for War Crimes

The arrest of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet was based on a rarely invoked legal principal that empowers national courts to prosecute serious violations of international law regardless of where the alleged crime was committed or by whom.


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Categories: Extradition, International Human Rights
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