Satterthwaite moderates CHRGJ panel on human rights advocacy (VIDEO)

On February 3, the Law School's Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) hosted a panel discussion to mark the release of Human Rights Advocacy Stories, an anthology of essays edited by NYU's Professor Margaret Satterthwaite along with Deena Hurwitz and Doug Ford, both of the University of Virgina. Satterthwaite, who is also a faculty director of CHRGJ, moderated a panel including Jayne Huckerby, adjunct professor at the Law School and research director of CHRGJ; Aziz Huq, deputy director of NYU's Brennan Center for Justice; and Beth Stephens, professor of law at Rutgers-Camden Law School and visiting professor at Brooklyn Law School. The panelists, each of whom contributed a chapter to Human Rights Advocacy Stories, described the varied paths that led them to human rights law and shared stories from their work in the field.

Read more about Human Rights Advocacy Stories in Am Law Daily

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