Piper Hendricks, International Justice Project Director Human Rights USA.
"Piper began working in international law as a Bates Fellow at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights as well as the Arias Foundation for Peace and Human Progress, both in San Jose, Costa Rica. She also spent one summer in law school with the Edmund Rice Centre in Homebush, Australia, studying the country’s domestic violence programs. Upon returning from Costa Rica, Piper spent nearly three years as an associate in the Washington, DC office of Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson, LLP. Before joining Human Rights USA in November 2008, Piper clerked for a federal judge in the Southern District of Florida. Piper graduated with honors from the University of Michigan School of Law. Piper coordinates our efforts to prevent human rights abuses by promoting and protecting the right of survivors to seek accountability and remedies in U.S. courts. " 
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Related Sourcewatch articles
- Staff and Board, Human Rights USA, accessed November 15, 2008.