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Feature – Justice
The Watchers  Canadian Lawyer

Philippe Tremblay and Elisabeth Patterson of Lawyers Without Borders Canada travel to some of the more dangerous regions of Colombia to give legal advice and moral support to their colleagues embroiled in a grim battle for human rights.

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“A law degree [in Colombia] does not provide protection from the violence; in some cases, it makes one a target. According to a report released last year by the Caravan Internacional de Juristas, commonly called Colombia Caravan, more than 400 lawyers have been the victims of targeted killings since 1991. From 2000 to 2004, 70 lawyers died, eight disappeared, and 11 are in exile. No one has been convicted in any of these cases.”