Friday, March 8, 2013

Rau to begin federal judicial clerkship

Thumbnail image for Kristen Rau1.jpgKristen Rau (MPP '07) is a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School (J.D.) and the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Kristen has pursued her interests in international human rights law and international criminal justice throughout her graduate career, and recently published an article ("Jurisprudential Innovation or Accountability Avoidance? The International Criminal Court and Proposed Expansion of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights") in the Minnesota Law Review.

As a 2013 Public Interest Law Initiative Fellow and a 2013 Upper Midwest Human Rights Fellow, Kristen will work as a legal fellow with the Southern African Litigation Centre (SALC) in Johannesburg, South Africa. SALC's international justice program seeks to encourage southern African states to comply with their international obligations through litigation and advocacy. In August 2013, Kristen will begin a federal judicial clerkship with Judge David S. Doty in Minneapolis.

Connect with Kristen at kristen.rau@gmail.com.



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