Judith Bauder
Consultant, Haiti Project
Biography

Judith Bauder, specialized in International Legal Studies and worked as a student advocate at the Global Justice Clinic during her LL.M. studies at NYU School of Law. After graduating in May 2018, she has continued to work on the Clinic Project “Human Rights in Haiti’s Emerging Mining Sector” and seeks to pursue advocacy on environmental justice. She will also be researching on international human rights law mechanisms over the summer for Professor Jose Alvarez and Professor Gráinne de Búrca. She wants to learn more about grassroots organizing in the context of social and economic rights and is motivated to use interdisciplinary methods to foster environmental protection, democratic legitimacy and accountability.

Before Judith came to the US as a Fulbright scholar, she completed a Bachelor of Political Science and a Master of Laws degree at University of Vienna, Austria and she studied abroad at University Paris II Panthéon-Assas, France and at University of Melbourne, Australia. In Vienna, she was part of the Vienna Law Clinics working on refugee and asylum law. Judith has expertise in international human rights law, asylum law and international public law. She worked at the Permanent Mission of Austria to the UN in New York, US as a court clerk at the Higher Criminal Court and First District Court in Vienna, Austria at the Macedonian Young Lawyers Association in Skopje, Macedonia and at the Department of International Law at University of Vienna, Austria.

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