Margaret Eder


Ms. Eder is a rising third-year law student at Tulane University of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana. She previously attended McGill University in Montreal, Canada where she completed her bachelor’s degree in World Religions and Political Science. Before starting her law degree, Margaret worked in refugee resettlement.

At Tulane, Ms. Eder is the Senior Managing Editor of the Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law, where she was published in the Spring 2016 issue. She is also an executive chair to the Public Interest Law Foundation. She has additional legal experience in the field of domestic violence and immigration, both in providing non-profit services and an upcoming position within the Department of Homeland Security. Ms. Eder has also been involved as contributing author for legal memoranda provided through the Public International Law and Policy Group on the topic of transitional justice in Rwanda and South Sudan. She is particularly interested in the study of law as it affects the human rights of refugees and asylum-seekers, and looks forward to further exploring this field wth the International Justice Project.

Seeking justice for victims of mass atrocities

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