Human Rights At Home and Abroad
There is value in theoretical education, but some disciplines, including law, are best learned by doing—and best taught by those with hands-on experience. Long-time human rights activist and international law scholar Professor William Aceves has taken an active role in multiple pro bono activities in the United States and abroad that reflect his commitment to social justice and his interest in the law's practical application. In addition to teaching and litigation, he serves as the Board Chair of the Center for Justice and Accountability, the Ombudsperson for Amnesty International USA, and on the National Board of the American Civil Liberties Union. Professor Aceves teaches constitutional law, international law, human rights law, and civil procedure. You can learn more about him here.