Charles Williams | October 23, 2020
When Professor Jimmy Gurulé took his London Law Program students to The Hague last spring to visit the International Criminal Court and Peace Palace, two Notre Dame Law School alumni were there to greet them.
In addition to describing their extraordinary careers doing human rights work at the ICC, Notre Dame lawyers Rosette Muzigo ’93 M.A., ’94 LL.M. and George Mugwanya ’00 J.S.D. talked to the students about the Law School’s role in preparing them for their calling.
Muzigo, who earned an M.A in International Peace Studies at Notre Dame in addition to her LL.M in International Human Rights Law from the Law School, explained that she is now a legal advisor in the Legal Advisory Section of the ICC’s Office of the Prosecutor.
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