Dagen-Legomsky Fellows

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Dagen-Legomsky Hague Fellowship (Extended deadline: Friday, Febraury 7, 2014)
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Dagen-Legomsky Student Fellowships

The Harris World Law Institute awards two Fellowships each year to students for summer work in the fields of international or comparative law through the generosity of the late Margaret and Irvin Dagen in honor of Professor Stephen H. Legomsky. 

The Dagen-Legomsky Hague Fellowship is an award of one full-tuition scholarship to The Hague Academy of International Law.  This intensive three-week summer course is the world's premier summer program in international law, with courses taught by leading international law scholars. The Hague Academy reserves one spot each summer for our Dagen-Legomsky Fellow. 

The Dagen-Legomsky Summer Public Interest Fellowship provides financial support for public interest work abroad during the summer. In addition to financial assistance, the Harris Institute also helps fellowship recipients in securing a desired placement.   

2014 Fellows

  • Sydney Tonsfeldt
    Hague Academy of International Law

Dagen-Legomsky International Public Interest Fellows

  • Isaac Amon
    International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia; The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Ashlin Mosby
    Centro de Estudios de las Americas; Santiago, Chile 

2013 Fellows

From the left: Maddy George,
Adam Trombly, and Aayah El-Naggar.

Dagen-Legomsky Hague Academy Fellow

  • Edward Reilly
    Hague Academy of International Law

Dagen-Legomsky International Public Interest Fellows

  • Aayah El-Naggar
    The Special Tribunal for Lebanon; Leidschendam, The Netherlands
  • Madeleine George
    Lawyers for Human Rights; Durban, South Africa 
  • Adam Trombly
    Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia; The Hague, The Netherlands  

2012 Fellows 

From the left, Director Leila Sadat;
Student fellows John Grothaus and
Lauren Grady; Dagen-Legomsky
Fellow Douglas Pivnichny;
Coordinator Bethel Mandefro; and
Harris Institute Fellow Jing Geng.

Dagen-Legomsky Hague Academy Fellow

  • Douglas Pivnichny
    Hague Academy of International Law

Dagen-Legomsky International Public Interest Fellows

  • Evelyn Chuang
    Chambers Support Section, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda; Arusha, Tanzania
  • Annie Schlapprizzi
    Department of Justice; Rome, Italy

 


2011 Fellows

Dagen-Legomsky Fellows 2011

Dagen-Legomsky Hague Academy Fellow

  • Michael Perich 
    Hague Academy of International Law  

Dagen-Legomsky International Public Interest Fellows

  • Uche Enemchukwu
    The Netherlands School of Human Rights; Utrecht University, The Netherlands
  • Jack Wilkinson
    International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda; Arusha, Tanzania

2010 Fellows 

Dagen-Legomsky Fellows 2010

Dagen-Legomsky Hague Academy Fellow

  • M. Imad Khan 
    Hague Academy of International Law

Dagen-Legomsky International Public Interest Fellows

  • Oyinlola Oguntebi
    Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Defense Section
  • Genevra Alberti
    The European Council on Refugees and Exiles; Brussels, Belgium

2009 Fellows

Dagen-Legomsky Fellows - 2009
Dagen-Legomsky Fellows 2009

Dagen-Legomsky Hague Academy Fellow

  • Shannon Dobson 
    Hague Academy of International Law

Dagen-Legomsky International Public Interest Fellows

  • McCall Carter
    The Church of North India, Nagpur, India; researched human trafficking issues
  • Maggie Wichmann 
    Mekong Region Law Center, Bangkok, Thailand; researched human trafficking in Thailand and Southeast Asia

2008 Fellows

Michael Peil, Thomas Burgess, Erika Detjen, Leila Sadat, Stephen Legomsky
Dagen-Legomsky Fellows 2008

Dagen-Legomsky Hague Academy Fellow

  • Erika Detjen 
    Hague Academy of International Law

Dagen-Legomsky International Public Interest Fellow

  • Thomas Burgess
    Black Sash, Cape Town, South Africa