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Professor Rachel López Takes Part in Round-Table at Washington & Lee Law School

Professor Rachel Lopez

October 30, 2018

Professor Rachel López presented at a round-table on post-conflict justice at Washington & Lee Law School on Oct. 21 and 22.

López, whose research focuses on methods of accountability for human rights violations and reforming transitional justice mechanisms, is the author of a recent article in Nebraska Law Review, “The Duty to Refrain: A Theory of State-Accomplice Liability for Grave Crimes," and a forthcoming article in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, “Post-Conflict Pluralism.”

She organized a recent Drexel Law Review symposium, “Times of Reckoning: Confronting the Legacies of Mass Abuse through Transitional Justice” which gathered leading jurists, academics and activists from around the globe.

López also directs the law school's Community Lawyering Clinic, which provides legal services to residents of Mantua and Powelton Village.