Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

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Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

"As part of Washington College of Law's long-standing commitment to international human rights and to the rule of law, WCL established the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in 1990 to work with students, faculty and the international legal community to provide scholarship and support for human rights initiatives around the world. The Center is dedicated to creating opportunities for students, practitioners and activists through training, complementary education, outreach, workshops & conferences, and research & publications. The Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law provides a clearinghouse for the wide scope of activity at WCL concentrated on human rights and humanitarian law...

"The Center has five faculty Co-Directors, Dean Claudio Grossman, Prof. Herman Schwartz, Prof. Robert Goldman, Prof. Diane Orentlicher and Prof. Richard Wilson. Hadar Harris is the Center's Executive Director, Amelia Parker is the Center's Program Coordinator, and Brett Schwartz is the Program Associate." [1]

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  1. History, , accessed July 8, 2009.