Breakfast with Faculty: Professor Jennie Green
Each month one faculty member will join interested students for an informal breakfast in the Human Rights Center to discuss career experiences and talk about their research and policy work. The aim is to further connect our exceptional human rights and international law faculty with law students interested in these fields.
Professor Green teaches the Human Rights Litigation and International Legal Advocacy Clinic. As a staff attorney for the Center for Constitutional Rights, she represented victims of human rights violations seeking remedy in U.S. courts, including several high-profile cases. With the Clinic, she is currently representing plaintiffs on trafficking claims against a U.S. companies. And against Exxon for human rights violations in Indonesia. She has also worked on international human rights claims in international fora, including in amicus briefs before the International Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda and advocacy work before the U.N. and Inter-American human rights systems. Jennie is Co-Chair of the Business and Human Rights Group of Amnesty International USA and on the international coordinating committee of Amnesty’s Business and Economic Rights Network.
Seats are limited, please RSVP to Vicky at email@example.com.