MC Law students enrolled in the Youth Court Clinic and Adoption Legal Clinic being sworn in to limited practice
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Help Prevent Youth Gun Violence in Mississippi and Implement Juvenile Gun Courts 

Professor Crystal Welch, law professor at Mississippi College School of Law, and clinical law students Laken Dunn and Jessica Gamez propose the creation of gun courts in all youth courts across Mississippi to restrict young people’s access to guns, help prevent unnecessary life loss at the hands of juveniles and strategically prevent recidivism.

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CDC Says Masks Must Fit Tightly—And Two Are Better Than One

On Feb. 10, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new mask guidelines based on a study of how mask fit affects the wearer’s exposure to airborne particles. With more transmissible COVID-19 strains emerging around the world, it is important to properly use the right kinds of face masks. No matter how good a mask’s material is, it won’t work well if it doesn’t fit well. A lot of filtration efficiency is lost from leakage around the face mask, such as around the bridge of the nose or at the gaps between any facial hair and the mask. A well-fitting mask is one that seals tightly onto your face, ensuring that almost all the air you breathe goes through the filtering material rather than through gaps in the sides.

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