Please join us in congratulating the incoming 2018 Kovler Student Scholars Against Torture: Noura Abahsain, Alexa August, Ali Boyd, Rachel Bruce, Stephanie Daigle, Emily Ford, Medea Jones, Dalya Kefi, Lisa Lumeya, and Hannah Montgomery. We look forward to engaging these impressive students in KPAT experiential learning on countering torture and other ill-treatment.
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American University Washington College of Law’s Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law hosted the annual Program of Advanced Studies on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law May 29-June 15, welcoming 125 participants from over 10 different countries.Read more
Litigators, advocates and the Special Olympics came together Thursday, April 5 at American University Washington College of Law for a discussion on how the law can be used to break down barriers for those with disabilities.Read more
“International and comparative law has long been central to the educational mandate of American University Washington College of Law, and we are proud that our innovative program has been consistently ranked among the top international programs in the nation.” — Padideh Ala’i, Director, International and Comparative Legal StudiesRead more
Join the Kovler Project Against Torture Panel Presentation on Thursday, February 1, 2018 as the students and faculty participants will discuss the Project and the upcoming spring 2018 application process and deadline.Read more