Atrocities Documented, Accountability Needed:
Finding Justice for the Rohingya through the ICC and Independent Mechanism
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Dr. Paul R. Williams
Paul R. Williams is the Rebecca I. Grazier Professor of Law and International Relations at American University. He holds a Ph.D from Cambridge University, J.D. from Stanford Law School, and B.A from UC Davis. Professor Williams is a co-founder of the Public International Law & Policy Group (“PILPG”), a non-profit group that provides pro bono legal assistance to states and governments involved in peace negotiations, post-conflict constitution drafting, and war crimes prosecutions. Over the course of his legal practice, Professor Williams has assisted with over two dozen peace negotiations and post conflict constitutions. Professor Williams has advised governments across Europe, Asia, as well as North and Sub-Saharan Africa on state recognition, self-determination and state succession issues, and on drafting and implementing post-conflict constitutions.
Jessica Levy is a Research Fellow on Justice, Peace, and Security at the Public International Law & Policy Group. She specializes in post-conflict security reform and transitional justice. She graduated summa cum laude from Harvard University, earning a A.B. in Social Studies and Philosophy and a secondary in Central European Studies. At Harvard, she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa honor society.
Jessica will enter Harvard Law School in the fall of 2020 where she plans to study public international law and continue her scholarship on issues of justice in post-conflict settings.