Rob Lothman
Summer Legal Intern

Rob Lothman is a Legal Intern with the Prevention Project, focusing on the Constitutional and Legal Tools and Culture work streams.

Rob will be a third-year JD student at the University of Michigan Law School this coming fall, where his studies center on human rights, peace building, transitional justice, and restorative approaches to violence intervention. Rob received his B.A. with honors in Social Studies from Harvard University in 2013, where he studied human rights and mass violence in the Soviet Union. His undergraduate thesis explored the relationship between state-sponsored anti-religious violence under Lenin and Stalin and the institutional and structural drivers of the Great Terror.

Previously, Rob has worked as a student attorney in the University of Michigan’s Juvenile Justice Clinic and Human Trafficking Clinic, where he represented youths in juvenile delinquency proceedings and provided holistic legal services to human trafficking survivors. Prior to law school, Rob researched international peace and security issues at a think tank in Moscow, taught philosophy and history at an independent school in the U.K., and worked to expand access to education around the world with a multinational technology company.


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