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Judith McDaniel

Judith McDaniel teaches law and religion at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Her interests include religion, law and gender.

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Stephen Yale-Loehr

Stephen Yale-Loehr is a professor of immigration law practice at Cornell Law School in Ithaca, N.Y. He is co-author of Immigration Law and Procedure, a treatise on U.S. immigration law, and was the founder and original director of Invest in the USA, a trade association of EB-5 immigrant investor regional centers.

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Bryan Pham

The Rev. Bryan Pham is an assistant professor in the department of theological studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He practices immigration law at Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic and is the chaplain to Loyola Law School.

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Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa

The Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa, based in Johannesburg, is a Pan-African and feminist-led initiative that aims to contribute to the development of jurisprudence on sexual rights and women’s human rights on the continent by providing expertise on strategic litigation.

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Human Dignity Trust

The Human Dignity Trust is a legal charity based in London that supports those who want to challenge anti-gay laws wherever they exist in the world. The trust supports local activists and their lawyers to uphold international human rights law, including a person’s right to dignity, equality and privacy. Contact former Executive Director Jonathan Cooper.

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Senegal Tomorrow/Association Prudence

Senegal Tomorrow is a legal defense fund that seeks to assist those who face discrimination on the basis of race or ethnic origin, religion, gender, age, disability, marital status or sexual orientation. Contact Nick Diamond or Djamil Bangoura.

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Leslie Green

Les Green is professor of the philosophy of law at Balliol College, Oxford. He is working on a book about “right speech” and argues that Buddhist ideas about avoiding divisive, abusive and false speech can help us live together well in free societies.

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