Ms. Sunanda K. Holmes (2007) is a visiting professor of law from the U.S. as a Fulbright Scholar to the West Bank.  She is an attorney practicing international business and health care law in the U.S. and currently works at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.  Previously, she taught health policy at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC. 

 Ms.  Jabeen Reza ( 2008)

Ms.  Alissa King (2008 )

Ms. Ala’a Wafa (2008)

Ms. Pankti Dave (2009)

Ms. Margaret Weirich (2009)

Mr. Damien Simonneau (2009)

Mr. Samir Gharbaoui  (2009)

Mr. Khaleel  Abu Khadejh (CV) (2009-2010) graduated from Al-Quds University in Palestine (BA in Law) and then won the prestigious Soros Foundation Scholarship, gained an LL.M. degree in Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law from the American University in Washington DC and have Worked as a General Manager Assistant in the Palestinian Media and Development Institute.

Mr. Tony Nassib (2010) (CV)

Mr. Nassib  -23 years old-, graduated from high school in 2005 from the French School in Jerusalem, started his studies in Law, in France. He got his BA in Public Law in the Univeristy Lumiere Lyon II, then he moved to Paris at the University of the Sorbonne Paris, I for his first year of Masters, in International Law. Now he moved back to Lyon, to another University, Jean-Moulin Lyon III where he will be finishing his Masters in International Law. He also planning on doing his PHD next year in International Humanitarian and Penal law.

Maanasa Reddy (2010)

Maanasa Reddy received her Bachelors degree from Emory University in 2008 with a double major in Political Science and Classical Civilizations, and a minor in Art History. As an undergraduate, Maanasa volunteered with Amnesty International and Habitat for Humanity.  She also did advocacy work and served as national conference director with Paperclips for Peace in Darfur (PCPID).  She also worked with  student-run advocacy groups that convinced Emory University to divest millions of dollars away from the Sudanese Government.She is currently a dual degree candidate at American University in Washington D.C. working towards a J.D. in International Human Rights Law from the Washington College of Law, and a M.A. in International Development from the School of International Service. She is currently involved with the Equal Justice Foundation, The Immigrants Rights Coalition, The Women's Law Association, and the Washington College of Law Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. She was an Intern at the Human Rights Clinic at Al Quds University the Summer of 2010.

Gerjanne Leeuwis  (2012) 

Amir Naim (2013)

Robert Danter (2013)

Ruba Imam (2013)

Allaa Hamad (2013)

Laith Abu Ziad (2013)

Samuel Cogolati (2014)