I am pleased to introduce our newest guest blogger, Annie Gell.
Annie is a summer Legal Associate at the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam); she discusses her research on provisional detention at the Extraordinary Chambers in Cambodia in her guest post below. She will begin her third year at Columbia Law School this fall, where she is an Articles Editor for the Jailhouse Lawyers Manual and a Kent Scholar. Annie’s experience in field of human rights includes working at Human Rights Watch US Division, Médecins Sans Frontières, Sarai in Delhi, India, and Legal Aid Juvenile Rights in the Bronx. She received her undergraduate degree cum laude with a major in history focusing on 20th century U.S. foreign policy from Columbia University in 2003.