Darius Rohani-Shukla is a 1L at William & Mary Law School from Richmond, Virginia. He graduated from Penn State University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in International Politics and a minor in Business. Darius is interested in international human rights work, and is very excited about working in Cambodia this summer.
Darius will be working at International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia this summer. IBJ works by providing access to legal aid services to the very poorest people of Cambodia. By giving access to counsel, IBJ eliminates instances of torture or alternate inhumane treatments. IBJ also conducts legal training to help increase the capability of Cambodia’s criminal defense lawyers.