Evan Frauhiger is a Senior Program Associate at the International Programs Division of the National Center for State Courts. His work focuses on administering and developing rule of law projects throughout the world. During his time at NCSC, he has worked on projects in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Lebanon, Egypt, and Kosovo, providing logistical, technical, and managerial support to field offices while maintaining a frequent travel schedule to monitor program activities and key events. Working with NCSC has offered him the opportunity to experience a diverse portfolio of Rule of Law projects around the world while building his interests, skills, and networking within the international development community.
While at William & Mary Law School, Evan completed two internships through the Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. During the summer of his 1L year, he worked with International Bridges to Justice in Geneva, Switzerland to provide support for various program activities and proposals in Africa and South East Asia. The following summer, Evan interned with the National Center for State Courts in Arlington, Virginia which helped to further solidify his interests in the international Rule of Law field. In addition to his internship positions, Evan also served as a notes editor for the Environmental Law and Policy Review and published a note on the environmental impacts and human rights consequences of armed conflict. He graduated from William & Mary Law School in 2018 and holds a bachelor's degree in history from Indiana University, Purdue University of Fort Wayne.