Beru named to editorial board of Ethiopian law journal
Tsegaye Beru of Duquesne Law has been named to the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Ethiopian Law. A native of Ethiopia, Beru is an adjunct professor of law and associate director for faculty research and outreach services at the Duquesne Center for Legal Information (Duquesne's law library) and the Allegheny County Law Library.
The journal's managing editor, Kobebe Wolde, announced the appointment.
Beru has taught legal research courses to Duquesne Law's first-year students for more than 24 years. He taught Advanced Legal Research for Law Students to second-year students and above for more than 10 years and is now teaching the online course, Research for Law Practice. Beru has been with Duquesne for more than 28 years.
Among other publications, he is the co-author of Pennsylvania Legal Research Handbook, and he has published, in-house, Allegheny Cases with their Parallel Citations to District and County Reports and Bills and Acts of Pennsylvania 1970-2001.
Beru is working on a book, An Introduction to the Ethiopian Legal System.
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