Carolyn Patty Blum
Carolyn Patty Blum, "has been a key member of the legal team in CJA’s El Salvador and Chile cases. She is a Clinical Professor of Law Emeritus at Boalt Hall Law School, University of California. She founded the law school’s International Human Rights Law Clinic which she directed from 1998-2002. She has been involved in a range of human rights policy and legal issues, including trafficking in women, the rights of migrant workers, and the protection of women and gay refugees. She is a Visiting Professor in the University of Oxford Masters of International Law Program and Adjunct Professor at Columbia University Law School. Blum also consults with a range of other NGOs, including, currently, the International Center for Transitional Justice and the Center for Constitutional Rights on their Guantanamo Global Justice Initiative." 
- Legal Advisory Board, Center for Justice and Accountability
Resources and articles
- About CJA, CJA, accessed July 19, 2007.