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Project Expedite Justice

Through a partnership between the Human Rights Center and Project Expedite Justice (PEJ), this internship will provide law students with the opportunity to join and learn from PEJ’s multinational team of lawyers, experts and local partners, working on topics including International Criminal Law, human rights, corporate accountability, transitional justice and human trafficking. 

Project Expedite Justice is a United States registered women-led non-governmental organization, founded in 2016 by former ICC and US prosecutor Cynthia Tai. PEJ works to help victims of human rights abuses through investigating and providing accountability for international crimes and serious human rights abuse, including but not limited to crimes against humanity and war crimes, transnational crimes, human trafficking, financial crimes and corporate accountability.

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Fellowship Application

The Center and Project Expedite Justice are seeking law students for a virtual fellowship on human rights abuses taking place in South Sudan, Sudan, Cambodia and Ethiopia.

Apply by April 30th

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