Amy M. L. Tan joined The Hague Institute for Global Justice as a Fellow in June 2013. She received her Master’s degree from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, where she focused on public international law, human security and human rights. Prior to starting her graduate coursework, Amy was a paralegal with the law firm Rose, Chinitz & Rose based in Boston, Massachusetts where she was actively involved in a number of cases including discrimination claims and fact-finding investigations.
Amy has also worked with Amnesty International in various capacities, including as an intern with the Counter Terror with Justice Campaign (now Security with Human Rights). She graduated magna cum laude from Brown University in May 2009 with a major in international relations. Amy is originally from the Netherlands, but was raised in both the Netherlands and the United States.
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