Currently viewing the tag: "Karen Alter"
Continue Reading →
I trained as a lawyer in India, a country whose first independent legislature – the Constituent Assembly – included more lawyers than any other professional group. Dr. B R Ambedkar, the widely respected Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Indian Consitution, served as the principal of my law […]
TagsAmy Auth Arbitration BigLaw Boston Boston University Cecile Aptel CEDAW Fletcher Fletcher LL.M. Fletcher School Foreign Lawyers Association genocide High Table human rights Hurst Hannum ICTR International Law International Law Weekend John Cerone Justice Cordy Karen Alter LL.M. LLM Louis Aucoin Marlene Houngbedji Medford minority issues New York City Nobel Peace Prize Laureate peace Prof. Hannum Professional Development Professor Chayes Rwanda syria transitional justice TTIP UN Human Rights Council Why Fletcher WilmerHale