- Elizabeth Summers, J.D. '12, will work in Georgia at Article 42 of the Constitution.
- Anna Crowe, LL.M '12, will work in Colombia with the International Crisis Group.
- Lara Talsma, LL.M. '11, spent her year working with Amnesty International-Mexico on refugee issues.
- Taylor Landis, J.D. '11, worked at the International Criminal Court at The Hague.
- Marissa Vahlsing, J.D. '11, and Ben Hoffman, J.D. ’11, spent their fellowship years with EarthRights International in Peru.
- Alison Davidian, LL.M. '10, spent part of her fellowship year at Equality Now in Zambia, and part at the International Center for Transitional Justice in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
- Jan Fiala, LL.M. '10, spent his fellowship year at the Disability Rights Center in Hungary.
- Aua Balde, LL.M. '09, worked at TOSTAN in Senegal.
- Thomas Becker, J.D. '08, spent his fellowship year with Comité Impulsor in Bolivia.
- Jonas-Sebastien Beaudry, LL.M. '07, worked at the Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL) in San Jose, Costa Rica.
- Nate Ela, J.D. '07, spent his fellowship year as a staff member at Grupo Semillas in Bogotá, Colombia.
- Erica Gaston, J.D. '07, worked for two organizations in Kabul, Afghanistan -- the Welfare Associate for the Development of Afghanistan (WADAN), and the Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict (CIVIC).
- Andrew McIntyre, LL.M. '08, spent his fellowship year working in the Constitutional Litigation Unit of the Legal Resources Centre (LRC) in Johannesburg, South Africa.
- Stephanie Brewer, J.D. '07, spent her fellowship year with the Centro de Derechos Humanos Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez (Centro Prodh) in Mexico City, Mexico.
- Jacob Kopas, J.D. '07, spent his fellowship year working with the legal team at Tierraviva, in Asuncion, Paraguay.
- Yukyan Lam, J.D. '07, worked with the Comisión Colombiana de Juristas in Bogotá, Colombia.
- Rebecca Wright, J.D. '07, served as a legal consultant with the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) in Cairo, Egypt.
- Nikolaus Grubeck, LL.M. '06, worked with the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission.
- Sergiu Troie, J.D. '05, spent his fellowship year in Delhi, working with the South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre.
- Stephan Sonnenberg, J.D. '06, worked with Human Rights Focus and the Feinstein International Famine Center in Uganda.
- Isabel Goodman, LL.M. '05, spent her fellowship year engaged in both litigation and advocacy work with the Lawyer's Committee HIV/AIDS Unit in Mumbai, India.
- Chi Mgbako, J.D. '05, worked in Dakar, Senegal, with the International Crisis Group's West Africa Project on its projects focusing on Sierra Leone.
- Bridgette Toy-Cronin, LL.M. '05, spent her fellowship year in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, working with the Cambodian Defenders Project. She will assist in establishing a monitoring group of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal and will work with the Women's Resource Center to develop educational documents on women's rights.
- Mike Camilleri, J.D. '04, worked with Guatemalan human rights organizations in creating a Commission for the Investigation of Illegal Bodies and Clandestine Security Apparatus (CICIACS).
- Alison Cole, LL.M '04, worked on improving the human rights of women in Rwanda through the Rwanda Women's Network.
- Jennifer Langlais, LL.M '04, worked with the South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre in New Delhi, India.
- Zarine Habeeb, LL.M. '03, undertook advocacy and litigation work on Roma rights in Europe.
- Ashley Martabano, J.D. '03, spent her fellowship working on law reform advocacy in South Africa.
- Lorna McGregor, LL.M. '03, worked on transitional justice and the peace process in Sri Lanka.
- Stephanie Wang, J.D. '02, developed education and training programs for people living with HIV/AIDS in China.
- Emily Schaffer, J.D. '01, who clerked for the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, spent her 2002 fellowship working as an advocate trained in the Organization of American States (OAS) system with nongovernmental organizations in Costa Rica and Brazil.
- Mirna Adjami, J.D. '00, worked on transitional justice and human rights in the Democratic Republic of the Congo during her fellowship.
- Arthur Kim, '00, worked on the expansion of a human rights prosecution clinic in Haiti.