Speaker - Hari Osofsky

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Hari Osofsky is an associate professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law. She received her B.A. and J.D. from Yale University. She also is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Geography at the University of Oregon. After clerking for Judge Dorothy Nelson of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, she worked as a Fellow at Center for the Law in the Public Interest, with a focus on environmental justice advocacy. In 2001–02, she served as a Yale-China Legal Education Fellow and Visiting Scholar at Sun Yat-sen University School of Law, where she taught U.S. Civil Rights Law and helped the school launch its clinical legal education program.

In 2003–04, she was a non-residential fellow with the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs and engaged in a project on international environmental rights. She has also taught at University of Oregon School of Law (assistant professor), Whittier Law School (assistant professor; inaugural director of Center for International and Comparative Law), Loyola Law School–Los Angeles (adjunct), and Vermont Law School (visiting assistant professor).

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ASIL Dinner: Reflections on Change in International Law

03.26.10 | 00:54:37 min | 0 comments