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LAW 814 v02 : International Human Rights Law

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Druthers submitted by: meiseaa
Fall
LLM Adjunct
UserID Name Email
meiseaa Meise, Alexandra xander.meise@gmail.com
LAW 814 v02: International Human Rights Law
International Human Rights Law
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
M 10:10a-1:10p
 
35
Take-Home Exam

 
 
LL.M
Yes
Course
3
None
 
 

Prior enrollment in International Law I: Introduction to International Law (or equivalent).

Students may not receive credit for both this course and International Human Rights Law and Practice.

 
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Personal Information

 
 
 
 
 
Alexandra (Xander) Meise is Of Counsel in the International Disputes Practice of Mitchell Silberberg &Knupp LLP ("MSK"), where she prevents, litigates, and resolves a panoply of international disputes, particularly those related to implementation of international treaties, economic and natural resource development, commercial conflicts, and transitional justice in post-conflict regions. Professor Meise has represented and advised foreign governments, international corporate clients, and sovereign officials in U.S. federal court matters, international commercial arbitrations, and investment treaty arbitrations. She has also worked for international criminal tribunals, an international political development NGO, and the U.S. Department of State.

Professor Meise's advocacy practice focuses on international arbitration (including investor-State dispute resolution and prevention), maritime boundary disputes, sovereign representation, FSIA and enforcement litigation, and international commercial arbitration. She has also advised and trained government officials reforming their international investment laws and policies. Her human rights advising practice focuses on advising governments, non-governmental organizations, and multinational corporations on human rights compliance and conflict prevention.

Professor Meise lectures frequently in academic and international fora on arbitration and other issues related to international disputes, including at meetings of the Arbitration in Africa Conference Initiative, the American Society of International Law, and the ABA's International Section. She focuses her research primarily on dispute resolution in Africa and the Middle East.

Professor Meise's recent pro bono activities have included training new law clerks for the Supreme Court of the Republic of Zambia, representing asylum seekers before US immigration authorities, and advising No Exceptions, a non-partisan coalition of post-9/11 generation leaders supporting a full gender inclusion policy for combat roles in the U.S. military.

Professor Meise is the legal contributor on the podcast The Secure Line (www.thesecureline.com).

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