Aya Fujimura-Fanselow (@AyaFanselow) is Clinical Professor of Law (Teaching) and Supervising Attorney in the International Human Rights Clinic at Duke University School of Law. Fujimura-Fanselow has extensive expertise in human rights advocacy, fact-finding, research, and litigation, primarily focused on gender and human rights, particularly in relation to economic, social, and cultural rights, transitional justice, and reproductive rights. She has worked at national and international NGOs including the Center for Reproductive Rights, ESCR-Net, the International Center for Transitional Justice (in New York and Kathmandu, Nepal), Amnesty International, Open Society Foundations, the US Human Rights Network, and Mexico-City based GIRE.
She previously was a Crowley Fellow and Adjunct Professor of Law at the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School, where she was lead author on “We are Left to Rot”: Arbitrary and Excessive Pretrial Detention in Bolivia (2013).
Articles by this author:
An Exercise in Doublespeak: Pompeo’s Flawed “Unalienable Rights” Commission
by Aya Fujimura-Fanselow, Jayne Huckerby and Sarah Knuckey
Jul 29th, 2020
What Happened in North Carolina: The State’s Role in U.S. Post-9/11 Rendition and Torture
by Jayne Huckerby and Aya Fujimura-Fanselow
Sep 28th, 2018