Faculty: A number of law school faculty members with strong international reputations participate in the work of the Program. They include:
|Angela Banks is an Associate Professor at William & Mary School of Law. She studied as a Marshall Scholar at the University of Oxford and received her J. D. from Harvard Law School, where she served on the Harvard Law Review and the Harvard International Law Journal. Professor Banks’ areas of specialization include International Human Rights Law, Immigration, and International Law.|
|Lan Cao is Boyd Fellow and Professor of Law. She is a graduate of Yale Law School and was a Ford Foundation Scholar in 1991. Her areas of specialization include International Business and Trade, International Law, and Law and Development, and she has published in the areas of culture change, transnational and subnational global crime, and market reforms in post-war environments.|
|Nancy Combs, Cabell Professor of Law, received her J. D. from the University of California at Berkeley and her Ph.D. from Leiden University. Following law school she clerked for Justice Anthony Kennedy at the Supreme Court of the United States and served as Legal Advisor at the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal at the Hague. Her areas of specialization include International Law, International Criminal Law, and International Human Rights Law.|
|Linda Malone is Marshall-Wythe Foundation Professor of Law and Director of the Human Security Law Program. She is a member of the American Law Institute and serves on the Board of Directors for the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law. Professor Malone has received a number of grants and awards for her research and work on international issues. She was awarded the 2009-10 Fulbright Chair in International Environmental Law at the University of Turin, Italy. Her areas of expertise include Middle Eastern and European Comparative Law; Comparative and Foreign Law; Environmental Law; Human Rights Law; International Criminal Law; International Law; National Security Law; and Transitional Justice.|
|Michael Stein is Professor of Law and an internationally recognized disability rights expert. He received his J. D. from Harvard University and Ph.D from Cambridge University. Professor Stein assisted in drafting a United Nations disability rights treaty and regularly consults with international governments on their disability laws and policies. He serves as legal advisor to several UN agencies and to disability civil society groups.|
Christie S. Warren is Professor of the Practice of International and Comparative Law and Director of the Program in Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. She serves as the Senior Expert in Constitutional Issues for the United Nations Mediation Support Unit Standby Team and the Curriculum Advisor for the Constitution Building Processes Programme at the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance in Stockholm. She served as an advisor to the Constitutional Commission during the 2007 - 2008 constitution-drafting process in Kosovo. Her areas of specialization include Comparative Law, Comparative Constitutional Systems, Post-Conflict Justice, International Human Rights Law, Civil Code Systems and Islamic Law.