Visiting Associate Professor of Law and International and Comparative Law Fellow
Leah Calabro is the Visiting Associate Professor and Fellow for the International and Comparative Law Program.
Professor Calabro is a graduate with honors of GW Law, with a Concentration in International and Comparative Law. During her time at GW Law, Professor Calabro was a Thurgood Marshall Scholar; an Executive Articles Editor for the George Washington International Law Review; and a member of our Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Team and recipient of the Judge Albert H. Grenadier Award. She worked as a student attorney for the Global Network Initiative as part of the International Human Rights Clinic in addition to working as a Research Assistant for Professors Sean Murphy and Edward Swaine. Professor Calabro is also an alum of the GW–Oxford International Human Rights Law Program. Prior to returning to GW, she served as a Law Clerk on the Special Matters Unit-Fraud Division for CACI International, Inc.
Professor Calabro holds a JD from the George Washington University Law School and a BA and BFA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.