Monday, March 31, 2014

Penn Law Student Receives Human Rights Fellowship

Penn Law has announced that third-year University of Pennsylvania Law School student Lucia Hall Seyfarth L’14 has been awarded the 2014-15 ACE Rule of Law Fellowship given annually to a Penn Law student or recent graduate pursuing an international public-interest law career. After graduating in May, Seyfarth will spend one year advancing the work of Human Rights First, a preeminent legal advocacy organization that addresses global human rights-related issues. Seyfarth, who served as an Executive Editor of the University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, focused her law school career on international rule of law and human rights issues. She spent her summers at the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, and the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia under the auspice of Penn Law’s International Summer Human Rights Fellows Program.


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