Hannah Garry

Clinical Associate Professor of Law

Clinical assistant professor of law

Director of International Human Rights Clinic

USC Gould School of Law

Expertise

  • human rights
  • genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity
  • torture and persecution
  • refugees and forced displacement
  • the Guantanamo Bay detention camp
  • the laws of war
  • truth commissions
  • international criminal law and court
  • the international criminal tribunals for Rwanda and Yugoslavia
  • the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
  • transitional justice
  • post-conflict resolution
  • humanitarian intervention
  • the United Nations
  • clinical legal education
  • Africa, Asia and Europe

Additional Information

  • J.D., 2002, Berkeley Law School; master’s in Foreign Affairs, 2001, Columbia University; master’s in Forced Displacement Studies, 1996, Oxford University; B.A., 1995, Wheaton College
  • Prior employment: research consultant, Oxford University, 1997-1998; visiting lecturer, Peking University, 1999; visiting scholar, European Court of Human Rights, 2000; associate, Freshfields, Bruckhaus, Deringer, 2002-2003; law clerk to Hon. Rosemary Barkette, 11th Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals, 2003-2004; legal officer and deputy chef de cabinet, Appeals Chamber, International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia, 2004-2007; visiting faculty, University of Colorado Law School, 2007-2010
  • Member, American Society of International Law

Languages

  • French

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