Learning from Renowned Human Rights Advocates

Our professors in the Collaborative are internationally known in the field of human rights. They include:

Andrea Seielstad practiced law in New Mexico prior to teaching, representing members of the Navajo Nation before federal and state courts and administrative tribunals. Human rights and civil rights form the heart of Seielstad's work in her clinical courses at the Law School.

Anita Teekah, the New York State legislative coordinator for Amnesty International, serves as a liaison between Amnesty’s directors and hundreds of local activists to mobilize national lobbying efforts.  She appears regularly on Capitol Hill to advocate for passage of human rights-focused legislation, including the International Violence Against Women Act, End Racial Profiling Act, Employment Non-Discrimination Act and the DREAM Act.

Adam Todd is a former legal services attorney whose current research at Dayton Law focuses on the intersection of technology and human rights. He served as a Visiting Fulbright Professor in the Czech Republic, where he taught courses on comparative legal discourse and publishes in the field of international and comparative law.

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