I wrote this column after returning from Nicaragua, with students, faculty and guests, on an annual trip sponsored by Quinnipiac University School of Law’s International Human Rights Law Society. This trek offers an invaluable opportunity for us to experience life in Nicaragua and engage with Nicaraguan law professors, students and other legal professionals. This is my fourth trip; I confess that I am an addict.

Our faculty contingent included Superior Court Judge Jane Grossman, a seven-year veteran of these jaunts; professor Brad Saxton, Quinnipiac’s former law dean; his wife, professor Anne Harrigan; Appellate Court Judge Douglas Lavine; his wife, Diane Ariza, Quinnipiac’s chief diversity officer; and last but not least, Victor Chavarria, lead court interpreter for the Judicial Branch’s Central Region. We were accompanied by eight students, six of them rising 1Ls.

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