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International Humanitarian Law Clinic students leave for exchange in Israel
By A. Kenyatta Greer | Emory Law | November 16, 2015

Students gather at JFK airport for the next leg of their journey to Israel.

International Humanitarian Law Clinic:
Students gather at JFK airport for the next leg of their journey to Israel.

This weekend, 10 students from the International Humanitarian Law Clinic and the director of the IHL Clinic, Professor Laurie Blank, left for Israel as part of an international IHL clinic exchange made possible by an anonymous grant.

The International Humanitarian Law Clinic International Exchange Program is among the only three IHL clinics that exist at the university level worldwide: at Emory Law, at Leiden University in the Netherlands, and at Radzyner School of Law at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel, the host for this year's exchange visit. 

Attending students include:

Matt Johnson 16L

Amelia Todd 16L

Erin Gomez 16L

Elise Foreman 16L

Megan Gordon 16L

Alaina Reukauf 16L

Nicholas Aliotta  17L

Melanie Papadopoulos 17L

Nkeiruka Aduba 16L (AJD student)

Je’Leah Wiggins  16L