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Georgetown Visiting Scholar Buhm-Suk Baek Researches the Role of Regional Human Rights Organizations

Buhm-Suk Baek is currently a visiting researcher at Georgetown University Law Center, 2011-2012, after completing his J.S.D. at Cornell in August, 2011. He can be contacted at bb452@law.georgetown.edu.┬áThe abstract for his recent paper on regional human rights organizations, RHRIS, NHRIS … Continue reading

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Georgetown Law Student Report on International Symposium on Transnational Human Trafficking

The Polaris Project is a nationally-renowned anti-human trafficking organization in America, with a unique presence in Japan. Run by Ms. Shihoko Fujiwara, the Japan office has for the last seven years worked to peel back the veil of ignorance that … Continue reading

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