A panel of Duke LLMs and graduate students will discuss their experiences practicing human rights law in Africa and the Middle East and their perspectives on how the field is developing. Raphael Obonyo (MPP), Ryham Ragab, Abraham Losinyen (MPP) and Wael Qut (LLM) will be presenting with Solomon Njeru (LLM) moderating. Sponsored by the Human Rights Law Society. A light lunch will be served. Please contact Emma Htun at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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Practicing Human Rights Law in Africa and the Middle East
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