International Justice Clinic

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The International Justice Clinic, "launched in August 2008, draws upon UCLA's interdisciplinary strengths. Deploying cutting-edge advocacy techniques, the Clinic involves UCLA students and faculty in developing and implementing advocacy strategies to draw attention to mass crimes, assist in the prosecution of their perpetrators, and provide expert analysis and policy recommendations for the improvement of international justice mechanisms." [1]

David Kaye, the Director of the Clinic, notes that: "Generous financial support from the Righteous Persons Foundation, Sanela Diana Jenkins and UCLA School of Law has been essential to our launch." [2]

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  1. International Justice Clinic, UCLA, accessed November 17, 2010.
  2. Inaugural Report, UCLA, accessed November 17, 2010.