Articles by Jordan Tehrani
About Jordan Tehrani (3 Articles)
Jordan is a third-year student at Campbell University School of Law and currently serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Originally from San Clemente, California, Jordan attended N.C. State University where he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences. While at Campbell Law, Jordan interned with the North Carolina Retaliatory Employment Discrimination Bureau. Jordan has also served as both treasurer and secretary of the Law Students Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence. He is interested in environmental law, intellectual property law, and public service.
One of the most hotly politicized issues in the United States this year is whether the President has the authority to direct the construction of a wall on the southern border between the United States and Mexico. Passionate arguments arose from all sides of the issue, and even made its way ...[Continue Reading]
Using the Internet is a daily habit for millions of individuals in our high-tech society. Countless activities can be done online, such as sharing photos on social media sites, shopping, and reading news from around the world. Many use the Internet for work, or to conduct mundane activities to ...[Continue Reading]
Climate change is an issue that has recently come to the forefront of discussion in both the United States and the rest of the world. Commonly, climate change is debated through the lens of politics, social policy, or economic principles. The legal field has not yet delved as deeply into the ...[Continue Reading]