Jordan Dewbre

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Mr. Dewbre is a law student pursuing a J.D. at Seton Hall Law. In 2015, he graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in International
Studies and minors in Economics, Spanish, and Constitutional Studies.

At Seton Hall Law,
Jordan has been active in the Student Bar Association, serving on the governance and facilities committees. He has written for Seton Hall Law’s Health Law Outlook, which published his paper on King v. Burwell, a recent Supreme Court case. He is also a student
ambassador for the New York City Bar Association, and member of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, and the American Bar
Association.

During his time as an undergraduate at the University of Oklahoma, where he received a full-tuition merit scholarship, Jordan honed his skills in international affairs and law by joining the Diplomacy Lab (a partnership between the Department of State and the University of Oklahoma) and conducting research on human trafficking. He also furthered his education by studying abroad in Peru and taking classes such as International Law and Minority Rights in
International Law.

In addition to his academic pursuits, Mr. Dewbre has expanded his legal knowledge while interning for the honorable Nancy K. Johnson at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas and at Porter Hedges LLP, a law firm in Houston. In the political arena, Mr. Dewbre has interned for United States Congressman Kevin Brady and for IPAA, a lobbying firm in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Dewbre is excited to be part of the team at the
International Justice Project this summer, and to promote human rights and champion the cause of justice for Sudan.

Seeking justice for victims of mass atrocities

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