Hari Osofsky is an assistant professor at the University of Oregon School of Law.
After clerking for Judge Dorothy Nelson of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, she worked as a Fellow at Center for the Law in the Public Interest, with a focus on environmental justice advocacy.
In 2001–02, she served as a Yale-China Legal Education Fellow and Visiting Scholar at Sun Yat-sen University School of Law, where she taught U.S. Civil Rights Law and helped the school launch its clinical legal education program. In 2003–04, she was a non-residential fellow with the Carnegie Council and engaged in a project on international environmental rights.
Osofsky has also taught at Loyola Law School (Los Angeles), Vermont Law School, and Whittier Law School, where she served as the inaugural director of its Center for International and Comparative Law.
Previously she was Whittier Law School as an assistant professor and as the inaugural director of its newly established Center for International and Comparative Law.
Selected publications and lectures by Hari Osofsky:
|•||"Environmental Human Rights Under the Alien Tort Claims Act: Redress for Indigenous Victims of Multinational Corporations," Suffolk Transnational Law Review 20 (1997). |
|•||"Foreign Sovereign Immunity from Severe Human Rights Violations: New Directions for Common Law Based Approaches," New York International Law Review 11 (1997). |
|•||"Domesticating International Criminal Law: Bringing Human Rights Violators to Justice," Yale Law Journal 107, no. 1 (October 1997).|
|•||"Understanding 'Hostage Diplomacy': The Release of Wei Jingsheng and Wang Dan," Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal 1 (1998). |
|•||Virtual Lecture: Learning from Environmental Justice: A New Model for International Environmental Rights (2005).|
Other Related Resources
- Learning from Environmental Justice: A New Model for International Environmental Rights
- Environmental Rights Enforcement in U.S. Courts
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2007