B.S., James Madison University; J.D. The George Washington University Law School
Amy H. Granger is a Professorial Lecturer in Law in the Scholarly Writing Program. She works with student members of the International Law Review as they research and write scholarly articles focused on matters of current interest in international law.
Professor Granger is also a litigation associate at the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery in Washington, DC, where she works on complex commercial disputes and government investigations. She has performed substantial pro bono work on behalf of Ethiopian political dissidents, and has secured a grant of asylum from the United States government for two torture victims from Addis Ababa. She also serves as the Vice Chair for Research for the American Bar Association’s International Models Project for Women’s Rights (“IMPOWR”), which is a collaborative effort to catalogue and analyze laws and law reform projects that impact the rights of women and girls worldwide.
During law school Professor Granger worked as a law clerk at the U.S. Department of State, and as a Research Assistant. After law school Professor Granger clerked for Chief Judge Louis Wood Flanagan in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.