Aya Safieddine | Contributors
Although I’m a fourth-year law student now, I still recall the very first day I entered law school. I promised myself on that day to prospectively follow my favorite Latin legal maxim: lex non deficere potest in justitia exhibenda, meaning the law cannot fail in dispensing justice.
Dispensing justice requires me to either be a judge or a lawyer, which makes the application of this maxim not possible in my case, as I do not hold either of the two jobs. However, joining Lebanon Law Review serves as my stepping-stone to dispensing justice, by allowing me to vent off my discontent on any unlawful act I witness, and to enlighten my readers on these issues.
I also act as the Review’s media specialist.