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Leitner Center to Fund 34 Summer 2008 Leitner Interns

Summer 2008 Leitner Interns

Kate Belmont ’09 (Scholars at Risk, NYC)

Itria Cassandra Benito ’10 (El Centro de Estudios de Derecho y Sociedad- Dejusticia, Bogotá, Colombia)

Kelly Bonner ’10 (Committee on the Administration of Justice- CAJ, Belfast, Northern Ireland)

Ryan Cicero ’10 (Sustainable Development Legal Initiative (SDLI) -Supreme Court of Ghana Internship, Ghana)

Eboné Bishop ’10 (ICTY, Office of the Prosecutor, The Hague)

Amal Bouhabib ’10 (National ACLU’s Legal Department, NYC)

Amelia “Millie” Canter ’10( ICTR, Chambers Support Section, Arusha, Tanzania)

Kristina Cerrone ’10 (La Comisión Andina de Juristas, Lima, Peru)

Daniel Choi ’10 (International Justice Mission, La Paz, Bolivia)

Robert Cornwell ’10 (Institute for International Studies of Bolivia- IDEI, Cochabamba, Bolivia)

Joseph Cruz ’09 (Scholars at Risk, NYC)

Priyanka Ghosh ’10 (NYU School of Law’s Center for Human Rights and Global Justice- CHRGJ, NYC)

Helen Gugel ’10 (Sustainable Development Legal Initiative (SDLI) -Supreme Court of Ghana Internship, Ghana)

Pavan Hari ’10 (Malawi Human Rights Resource Centre, Malawi)

Elizabeth Joynes ’10 (Project of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights- ProDESC, Mexico City, Mexico)

Noushin Ketabi ’10 (Center for Human Rights and the Environment, Córdoba, Argentina)

Rachel Kiwi ’10 (Women’s Legal Centre, Cape Town, South Africa)

Aaron Krieger ’10 (European Public Law Organization-EPLO, Athens, Greece)

Jill Magnani ’10 (Mekong Region Law Center- MRLC, Thailand)

David Mandel-Anthony ’10 (Center for Constitutional Rights, NYC)

Adam Masser ’09 (UNDP-Legal Empowerment Office, NYC)

Franklin Matranga ’10 (Sustainable Development Legal Initiative (SDLI) -Supreme Court of Ghana Internship, Ghana)

Andrew Mercer ’09 (Scholars at Risk, NYC)

Martin Miranda ’10 (Sin Fronteras, Mexico City, Mexico)

Sarah Morris ’10 (Center for Environmental Law & Community Rights, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea)

Anthony Perri ’10 (Jesuit Refugee Services’ International Office, Rome, Italy)

Aaron Pierce ’09 (UNDP-Equator Initiative and Red Ribbon Award, NYC)

Susan Quatrone ’09 (World Organization for Human Rights USA, Washington, DC)

Elizabeth Shura ’10 (Face-to-Face AIDS Project and Salvation Centre, Phnom Penh, Cambodia)

Mariella Soussou ’10 (Scholars at Risk, NYC)

Diana Uhimov ’10 (Scholars at Risk, NYC)

Anna Vinnik ’10 (Asociación por los Derechos Civiles-ADC, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Andrew Wachtenheim ’10 (South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project- ProBAR, Texas)

Matthew Williams ’10 (Committee to Support Chinese Lawyers, China)

About the Summer Leitner Internship Program

Over the summer, the Internship Program provides students with $6,000 grants to work with international human rights organizations full-time for ten weeks over the summer. Applicants complete a detailed proposal and select an organizational partner, such as a non-governmental organization or UN agency, with whom they will work. Upon their return, Leitner Interns file a report summarizing their experience and make a presentation to the law school community. Students awarded grants are also encouraged to develop their scholarly interest in the subject matter with an eye towards producing a note or other publication. To that end, the Center offers a human rights drafting course for Leitner Interns who wish to turn their summer experiences into a note for submission to the Fordham Law Review or International Law Journal.

Summer Leitner Interns are also encouraged to take part in the Leitner Intern Blog (http://leitnerinterns.blogspot.com/), which chronicles their summer experiences on the website. Since it began in 2004, the Program has sent law students to countries all over the world including Brazil, Costa Rica, Cambodia, Cuba, Ecuador, France, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Iran, Israel, Northern Ireland, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, the Philippines, Romania, Serbia, South Africa, Tanzania, Turkey, and Zimbabwe.

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