The Cravath International Fellowships were created in 2007 by a group of partners and HLS alums at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, led by Sam Butler ’54 and the late Robert Joffe ’67.
This year’s Cravath International Fellows will travel to eight countries over winter term to do clinical work or independent research and writing. Their projects will range from examining the law and ethics of autonomous military robots to making a documentary about community management of water laws in India.
- Raoul Angelo Atadero will conduct legal research and writing and client interviews for the Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum in Kampala, Uganda.
- Lara Berlin will travel to New Delhi to conduct research on power-sharing and federalism as a form of conflict resolution in Northern India.
- Tess Borden will work on transitional justice issues for the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative in Mali.
- Madison Condon will make a documentary about community management of water laws in Mewat, India for her independent clinical with the Institute of Rural Research and Development.
- Hannah Dixie will draft a report for the Equal Education Law Centre on the topic of access to education by refugee children in South Africa.
- Margaret Holden will research the impact of India’s renewable energy laws and policies on job creation.
- Rebecca Matte will conduct an independent clinical for Arts Law Centre of Australia, developing case studies for its “Artists in the Black” program.
- Christopher Van Buren will examine investor-state arbitration in Turkey.
- Jessica Vosgerchian will travel to Geneva, Switzerland to undertake an analysis of the discord at the Annual Assembly of the World Intellectual Property Organization.
- Gabriel Weiner will spend winter term in Israel examining the law and ethics of autonomous military robots.