Hope is Faculty Director of Global Legal Studies and a founder of the Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE). An internationally recognized legal scholar and commentator on human rights, she co-authored the textbook Human Rights & the Global Marketplace: Economic, Social, and Cultural Dimensions (Brill, 2005). She is a founding co-chair of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) International Disability Rights Interest Group and served on the ASIL executive council between 2010 and 2013. She now serves on the board of governors of the Society of American Law Teachers and the executive committee of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Minority Groups.
Hope is a co-drafter and compiler of the Boston Principles on the Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights of Non-citizens, a project of the law school’s Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy. Her research and teaching interests include public international law; international human rights law; critical perspectives on Identity and international law (race, gender, culture, migration status and disability), as well as globalization and social development. She is the 2014 Kate Stoneman Visiting Professor of Law and Democracy at Albany Law School (April 2014) and she is the recipient of the 2012 American Bar Association’s Mayre Rasmussen Award for Mentorship of Women in International Law. She is also a recipient of the 2011 Thomas J. Carroll Award from the Carroll Center for the Blind and the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind as well as the 2001 Haywood Burns/Shanara Gilbert Award from the Northeast Regional People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference for her human rights work and mentorship of students and colleagues. Hope was a 2008 Sheila Biddle Fellow (Ford Foundation) of the W.E.B. DuBois Institute for African & African-American Research at Harvard University.
From all of us at IntLawGrrls, heartfelt congratulations, Hope!