Past Fellows and Visiting Scholars

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2015–16

NNovogrodsky headshot

Noah Novogrodsky, Professor of Law and Co-director of the Center for International Human Rights Law and Advocacy, University of Wyoming College of Law.

Read this Human Rights Q&A with Professor Novogrodsky from the HRC Blog.

Novogrodsky co-authored (with Ruth N. Borenstein and Marc A. Hearron) “Same Sex Marriage Without Borders: The Foreign and Comparative Law Amicus Brief in Obergefell v. Hodges,” in the California International Law Journal 23, no. 2 (Winter 2015).

 

2015

LUlrich headshotLeila Ullrich, D.Phil candidate, Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford

 

 

RWexler headshotRebecca Wexler, J.D. candidate, Yale Law School

Wexler authored “Convicted by Code,” in Slate’s Future Tense blog, October 6, 2015.
The article was soon cited by the ABA JournalArs Technica, and the Daily Dot.

 

2014

EEvenson headshotElizabeth Evenson, Senior counsel, International Justice Program, Human Rights Watch

 

 

 

2008

Aung Kyaw Soe
conducted research on human rights abuses in his native Burma.

2004-5

Theoneste Rutagengwa, Rwandan activist, Visiting Scholar, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2001-02

Caroline Clara Lamwaka, journalist for the New Vision newspaper in Kampala, Uganda. 

Nomfundo Walaza, clinical psychologist, and former Chief Executive Officer of The Desmond Tutu Peace Centre in Cape Town, South Africa.

Natalie Hill, attorney, Australia

Laurie Vollen, Founder and Executive Director, Life After Exoneration.

2000-01

Joseph Nevins, Associate Professor of Geography, Vassar College

Susana Kaiser, Associate Professor of Media Studies and Latin American Studies, University of San Francisco.