Law School | Private Dining Room | Ground Fl.
Center for International and Comparative Law presents:
Professor Andrea Worden on "Law and Human Rights in
Professor Worden teaches Chinese Law at American University
Washington College of Law and consults on rule of law programs and
civil society initiatives, with a focus on China. Her current
research interests center on criminal justice and transitional
justice in China, as well as China’s interactions with the UN human
rights system. Prior to becoming a consultant, Professor Worden
served as general counsel and senior advisor on criminal justice
with the Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC), which
monitors human rights and the development of rule of law in China.
She serves on the board of directors of the Yale-China Association
and is fluent in Mandarin.
At this informal lunch program, Professor Worden will discuss the
rule of law and human rights in China, including issues relating to
political participation, internet censorship and free speech.
Pizza will be served.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
School of Law | Private Dining Room (PDR) | Ground Floor
Professor Margaret McGuinness