Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Press Release (Aug. 17, 2011)
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Decision Press Release (Aug. 17, 2011)
U.N. Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women issues report on situation of violence against women in the United States. The report referenced information reported by the Miami Law Human Rights Clinic (June 7, 2011)
Press Conference: Stop Deportations to Haiti! (Apr. 14, 2011)
Caroline Bettinger-López, runs the Human Rights Clinic and is currently on a leave of absence after being appointed the White House Advisor on Violence Against Women in 2015.
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Miami Law Human Rights Clinic students with Professor Bettinger-López
Miami Law Human Rights Clinic students Lea Dartevelle and Miya Patel discuss the plight of Haitian deportees from the U.S. with a representative of the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees (UNHCR) at UNHCR headquarters in Washington, DC.
Our delegation, consisting of Professor Caroline Bettinger-Lopez and 3L Charlotte Cassel from the University of Miami School of Law Human Rights Clinic; Ahmad Abuznaid from Dream Defenders; Meena Jagannath from Community Justice Project of Florida Legal Services; Niaz Kasravi from NAACP; and Alisa Bierria and Aleta Alston-Toure from Free Marissa Now Coalition, pose for a photo after the hearing with Sybrina Fulton, Ron Davis, and IACHR Commissioner Rose Marie Belle Antoine.
Charlotte Cassel, 3L, makes opening remarks during a thematic hearing before the IACHR.
James Slater, 3L, delivers statement on immigration and deportations to Haiti before the UN Human Rights Committee
Human Rights Clinic students Daniella Peterson, James Slater, and Charlotte Cassel, together with Professor Caroline Bettinger-Lopez, Marleine Bastien from Haitian Women of Miami (FANM), and Meena Jagannath from the Community Justice Project of Florida Legal Services, stand in front of the UN Palais des Nations, Geneva.