NYU Partners with Seton Hall Law to Create Guantanamo Archive
New York University's Tamiment Library and Seton Hall University’s Center for Policy and Research are pleased to announce a new project to document, preserve, and make accessible the legal records and the human stories of the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. MORE <<
Professor of Law, CSJ Director
Professor Lori A. Nessel joined Seton Hall in 1995 and is Dean's Fellow and Director of the Center for Social Justice. She regularly teaches immigration and refugee law courses and supervises live cases in the Immigration & Human Rights Clinic, including claims under the Refugee Convention, Torture Convention, as well as cases involving human trafficking, family reunification and other forms of relief from deportation. She has also been actively involved in designing the new International Human Rights/Rule of Law Project and is one of the principle faculty members engaged in the Haiti Rule of Law Project.