Trish Maher | June 26, 2014 | Notre Dame Law School
A safe house for children battling AIDS in Lesotho relies solely on donors. How can we help build a sustainable source of income to keep the home solvent?
Amaranth may be the next super food. How can we encourage Guatemalan farmers to grow, consume, and find markets for it in order to improve their nation’s standard of living?
Despite widespread investment in nutrition programs, 40% of Cambodian children are under-developed. Why are these investments not paying off?
These are a few of the projects Notre Dame Law students worked on in the spring semester of 2014. Teams of students studied the problems for months, proposed solutions, and then, in a joint venture with Catholic Relief Services, traveled overseas to meet these problems where they exist.