Global Internet Freedom Project Faculty

Professors Dawn Nunziato and Arturo Carrillo (left and center, respectively) with Danielle Citron. Professors Dawn Nunziato and Arturo Carrillo (left and center, respectively) with Danielle Citron.
Professor Arturo Carrillo’s expertise is in public international law, transitional justice, human rights and humanitarian law, and comparative clinical legal education.  He is also the Director of the International Human Rights Clinic at The George Washington University Law School. Before joining the faculty, Professor Carrillo served as the director of the Human Rights Clinic at Columbia Law School, where he was also Lecturer in Law and the Henkin Senior Fellow with Columbia’s Human Rights Institute. Prior to entering the academy in 2000, he worked as a legal advisor in the Human Rights Division of the United Nations Observer Mission to El Salvador (ONUSAL), as well as for non-governmental organizations in his native Colombia, where he also taught international law and human rights. From 2005 to 2010, Professor Carrillo was a senior advisor on human rights to the U.S. Agency on International Development (USAID) in Colombia.
 
Professor Dawn Nunziato is an internationally recognized expert in the area of free speech and the Internet. Her primary teaching and scholarship interests are in the areas of Internet law, free speech, and digital copyright. She has taught Internet law courses and lectured on Internet free speech issues around the world, including at Oxford University, the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center, Tsinghua University in Beijing, and the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México in Mexico City. She has been an invited presenter and speaker at Yale, Oxford, University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, Vanderbilt, and University of Virginia, among other institutions. She recently published her book Virtual Freedom: Net Neutrality and Free Speech in the Internet Age.