Dean’s Blog: Summer Interns Serve the Oppressed Around the Globe

I am very encouraged by the law school’s progress in reaching globally to serve the poor and oppressed. This summer, four of our students are serving in funded (thanks to generous donors) international internships and working on critical human rights issues. They are:
  • Joanna Cannone – working in Cambodia with Transitions Global, an organization working with victims of human trafficking
  • Kara Cooper – working in India with the Freedom Firm and law alum Evan Henck ‘08, an organization combating human trafficking

  • Ernie Walton – working on religious freedom issues in France with the European Centre for Law and Justice

  • Ashleigh Chapman – working in DC on international adoption issues with the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute

Please pray for these students for God’s protection and blessing on their efforts. I am hopeful that these are the first of many students who will play a meaningful role in promoting international justice through the Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law.

You can also follow Joanna and Kara through their blogs this summer.

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