It is our pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Mary Dahdouh! Mary is a third-year law student at UC Berkeley School of Law and one of the International Human Rights Law Clinic students who drafted the working paper, Achieving Gender Parity on International Judicial and Monitoring Bodies: Analysis of International Human Rights Laws and Standards Relevant to the GQUAL Campaign.
At Berkeley Law, Mary has worked on human rights issues in the Middle East and North Africa with Human Rights Watch and on international human rights impact litigation with the Center for Justice & Accountability. She has also advocated for the resettlement and protection of refugees and displaced persons globally with the International Refugee Assistance Project. Prior to coming to law school, Mary received her B.A. in journalism and political philosophy from the University of Houston and worked as a freelance reporter with the Houston Chronicle.