Letitia Smith


About Letitia Smith

Letitia is in her fourth year of study, working towards a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Criminal Justice.

Anyone Can Be A Hero: The Effects Of Digital Vigilante Justice On World Peace

Recently there have been significant malware attacks occurring globally. While these attacks are nuisances and appear to be against the law, these cyber hackers attempted to justify their actions by claiming the attack was primarily against devices that do not meet cyber security standards. It is clear these hackers see […]


What The Release of The Chibok Girls Means For West Africa

On the May 6, 2017, 82 schoolgirls, who were kidnapped from the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, were released. The abduction took place over three years ago in April 2014 by Boko Haram fighters. These fighters stormed the Chibok high school as the students were preparing for exams and […]


Arkansas Executes First Person In 12 Years

On April 20th, Arkansas carried out its first execution since November 2005. Governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson, originally applied to have eight prisoners executed over an 11 day period. This was to be carried out as four sets of double executions, which is unprecedented in American history, and what Amnesty […]