Tyler Giannini is Clinical Professor at Harvard Law School (HLS) and Co-Director of its International Human Rights Clinic. His work focuses on accountability litigation, business and human rights, human rights and the environment, and community-centric approaches to human rights. He has extensive experience with Myanmar and South Africa. He received the Albert M. Sacks-Paul A. Freund Award for Teaching Excellence from the Class of 2014.
Prior to joining HLS, he was a founder and director of EarthRights International. After receiving an Echoing Green fellowship to start EarthRights in 1995, Giannini spent a decade in Thailand with the organization conducting investigations and corporate accountability litigation related to Myanmar and the groundbreaking Doe v. Unocal case.