Grant Shubin is the Legal Director of the Global Justice Center, leading all of GJC’s legal projects with research, writing, editing, and coordination. He has contributed to GJC’s shadow report submissions to human rights treaty bodies, as well as legal briefings to the Human Rights Council, the UN Secretary General, the Special Rapporteur on Sexual Violence in Conflict, the International Criminal Court, the European Commission and European Parliament, and various national level policymakers. He has published and spoken on international legal issues ranging from the human rights implications of identity politics and the law governing peace agreements. Mr. Shubin graduated from University of California Hastings College of the Law in May 2013. Prior to his time at GJC, Grant was both an associate attorney at a small litigation firm in San Francisco and a staff attorney at a legal services organization offering pro bono representation for low income members of San Francisco’s most marginalized communities.
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