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LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center, 2008, J.D., Yale Law School, 2001, B.A., Columbia College, 1986
Primary interests: Human Rights, International Criminal Law, Conflict Prevention, Transitional Justice, Refugee Law and Policy, International Law, Media and Internet Law.Additional interests: Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Comparative Law, Constitutional Law, Immigration Law.
Dangerous Speech on the Road to Mass Violence, a project to study the role of inflammatory speech in mass killings, to identify why and when speech is especially dangerous, and to find remedies that do not trample freedom of expression. Funded by the MacArthur Foundation and the United States Institute for Peace, the work is in collaboration with Francis Deng, UN Undersecretary General and Special Advisor for the Prevention of Genocide.
Clinical Teaching Fellow, Center for Applied Legal Studies, Georgetown University Law Center, 2006-2008. Supervised students in live-client asylum cases, took full role in teaching clinical seminar, wrote course materials, published scholarly articles in U.S. and international law.
Robert L. Bernstein Fellow in International Human Rights, Lawyer's Committee for Human Rights, 2000-2003. Campaigned on asylum and refugee issues. Traveled to Guatemala to monitor human rights trial.