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Luke I. Haqq

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Year: Advanced to Candidacy (ABD) - JSP

Education:

MSc, University of Edinburgh; Philosophy
BA, Northwestern College (magna cum laude); Philosophy, Linguistics

Concentrations:

Bioethics, moral, legal, and political philosophy

Awards:

Departmental Fellowship, UC-Berkeley (Fall 2013, Spring 2014)
Regents Fellowship, UC-Berkeley (Spring 2013)
Clyde Sanfred Johnson Memorial Scholarship, UC-Berkeley (Spring 2013)
Conference Travel Grants, UC-Berkeley (Spring 2012, 2013, 2014)
Dean's Normative Time Fellowship, UC-Berkeley (Fall 2011, Spring 2013)
Edley Public Interest Grant, Berkeley Law (Summer 2010)
Summer Research Grant, UC-Berkeley (Summer 2009)
Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship, UC-Berkeley (Fall 2008 - Spring 2010)
Upper Midwest Human Rights Fellowship, University of Minnesota (Summer 2008)
Visiting Student, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University, 2005
Eagle Scholar, Northwestern College, 2003-2006

Academic Experiences:

Graduate Student Instructor, LS 151: Law, Self, and Society, Professor Mein Dan Cohen (Fall 2012)
Graduate Student Instructor, LS 109: Aims and Limits of Criminal Law, Professor Richard Perry (Summer 2012; Summer 2013)
Graduate Student Instructor, LS 168: Sex, Reproduction, and the Law, Professor Joan Hollinger (Spring 2012)
Research Assistant, Professor Meir Dan-Cohen, Berkeley Law (Sept.-Dec. 2012)
Research Assistant, Professor Kinch Hoekstra, Political Science Department (Aug.-Dec 2009)
Research Assistant, Professor Justin McCrary, Berkeley Law (June-Aug. 2009)

Employment Experiences:

Project Coordinator, Child Protection International, 2010
Project Evaluator, The Center for Victims of Torture, 2008
Paralegal, Mark E. Tracy Law Firm; 2007-2008
Intern for the Hon. Harry Crump, Hennepin County District Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, 2007

Dissertation Abstract:

I'm writing about the sanctity of life.

Curriculum Vitae