Cash Nickerson Fellows

As part of the Crimes Against Humanity Initiative, the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute appointed Fellows to perform research on the commission of atrocities in world conflicts from 1900-2009 and to assist with the drafting of the Proposed International Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crimes Against Humanity and the publishing of Forging a Convention for Crimes Against Humanity. These fellowships were made possible by a generous gift from Washington University School of Law alumnus Steven Cash Nickerson.

2010-2011 Senior Cash Nickerson Fellow  

Yordanka Nedyalkova joined the Harris Institute after graduating summa cum laude from Florida State University College of Law in May 2010 and becoming a member of the Florida Bar. Among her professional experiences, she interned at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague, the Netherlands; clerked in the Economic Crime Division of the Florida’s Attorney General Office; and worked as a Public Interest Fellow with the Innocence Project of Florida. more...  

Other Cash Nickerson Fellows:  

2010-2011 Fellows

Nida Javaid, J.D. '11; Jing Geng, J.D. '11; Margaret LeBlanc, J.D. '11; Michelle Penn, J.D. '11; Shannon Dobson, J.D. '11 (not pictured); Genevra W. Alberti, J.D. '11;  Jason M. Myer, J.D. '11 and other Harris Institute Fellows

2009-2010 Fellows

Margaret Wichmann, J.D. ‘10; Sarah Placzek, J.D. ‘10; McCall Carter, J.D. ‘10; Kathryn Minton, J.D. '10; Stephanie Anne Nickerson, J.D. '13