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Chayes International Public Service Fellows become part of a global network of individuals engaged with organizations working in societies in transition around the world. Among other benefits, they are invited to attend small-group “career conversations” with Chayes Fellowship alumni who are engaged with international, comparative or foreign law and can provide insights and guidance to current students.

Recent Participants

Lisa Dicker ’17
Chayes Fellow, Zhicheng Public Interest Lawyers, China (2015)
Public International Law & Policy Group, Law Fellow, Assistant Counsel and Counsel
Currently, Harvard Law School, Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program, Lecturer on Law and Clinical Instructor

Sarah Dorman ’18
Chayes Fellow, Dejusticia, Colombia (2016)
Center for International Environmental Law, Senior Attorney
Currently, Georgetown University Law Center, Supervising Attorney & Clinical Teaching Fellow

Hayley Evans ‘19
Chayes Fellow, Rights Watch (UK), United Kingdom (2017)
Rights and Security International, Harvard University Frank Knox Fellow, United Kingdom
Currently, Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law, Research Fellow, Central Asia, Germany

Regina Fitzpatrick ’08
Chayes Fellow, International Rescue Committee, Sudan (2006) and United Nations Panel of Experts on Sudan, Ethiopia (2007)
UN Missions in Afghanistan and South Sudan
Currently, United Nations Department of Peace Operations, Division of Policy, Evaluations and Training, Protection of Civilians Team Leader

Ha Ryong (Michael) Jung ’18
Chayes Fellow, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Thailand (2016) and Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (2017)
Legal Aid of Cambodia, Legal Officer and Child Rights Coalition, Technical Advisor,  Cambodia
Currently, Associate Human Rights Officer, United Nations Human Rights Council, Switzerland

Jonathan Kaufman ’06
Chayes Fellow, Sand County Foundation Community Based Conservation Network, Tanzania (2004)
Currently, Founder, Advocates for Community Alternatives, Ghana

Tor Krever ’12
Chayes Fellow, Development and Peace Project, Colombia (2009) and Special Court for Sierra Leone, The Netherlands (2010)
University of Warwick, Assistant Professor, United Kingdom
Currently, University of Cambridge, University Assistant Professor in International Law, United Kingdom

Daniel Levine-Spound ’19
Chayes Fellow, Regroupement des Acteurs Ivoiriens des Droits de l’Homme, Côte d’Ivoire (2017)
Center for Civilians in Conflict, Peacekeeping Researcher, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Harvard Law School, Program on International Law and Armed Conflict, Fellow
Currently, Harvard Law School, International Human Rights Clinic, Supervising Attorney & Clinical Teaching Fellow

Alexis Loeb ’07
Chayes Fellow, National Prosecuting Authority, South Africa (2005)
Covington and Burling and Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, Associate
U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Trial Attorney
Currently, U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, Assistant U.S. Attorney  

Rachel Mazzarella ’15
Chayes Fellow, Human Rights Law Network, India (2013)
Clifford Chance, Associate, United Kingdom
Georgetown University Law Center, National Security Fellow
Currently, Associate Trial Lawyer, International Criminal Court, The Hague

Ryan McCarthy ’08
Chayes Fellow, Open Democracy Advice Centre, South Africa (2006) and The World Bank, New York and Washington, D.C. (2007)
Currently, Senior Counsel and Deputy Executive Secretary to the Sanctions Board, The World Bank

Natalie McCauley ’19
Chayes Fellow, International IDEA, Tunisia (2017)
Public International Law & Policy Group, Law Fellow, Jordan
International Committee of the Red Cross, Legal Attaché
Currently, European Union Delegation to the United Nations, Humanitarian Policy Advisor

Ory Okolloh ’05
Chayes Fellow, World Bank, Washington, D.C. (2003)
Google, Policy Manager Africa
Ushahidi, Founding Member, Kenya
The Omidyar Network and Luminate Group, Managing Director
Currently, Verod-Kepple Africa Ventures, Partner

Peter Stavros ’16
Chayes Fellow, International Criminal Court, The Netherlands (2014)
International Refugee Assistance Project, Supervising Attorney and Assistant Director of Programs, Jordan
Transparency International U.S., Anticorruption Policy Lab Manager
Currently, U.S. Department of State, Office of the Legal Adviser, Attorney-Adviser

Michelle Viegas ’05
Chayes Fellow,  Project ATLATL, Mexico (2003)
Educando by World Fund, Director of Programs and Strategic Outreach
Inter-American Development Bank, Office of Outreach and Partnerships, Senior Associate, and Corporate Legal Affairs Division, Senior Specialist Attorney
Currently, III Capital Management, Associate General Counsel

Nicolette Boehland Waldman ’13
Chayes Fellow, Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (2011)
Center for Civilians in Conflict, Field Researcher
Amnesty International, Middle East Researcher, Lebanon
Currently, Amnesty International, Crisis Response Programme, Researcher

Sarah Wheaton ’14
Chayes Fellow, Resettlement Legal Aid Project, Egypt (2012)
Currently, U.S. Department of State, Foreign Service Officer, Mexico and Germany