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The Center For Global Justice® made it possible for me to have experience working for non-profits organizations who help the persecuted through financial scholarship. I am more aware of what is going on around the world, how organizations are affecting change in policies and laws, and how I can be a part of a community that promotes human rights globally.

Rebecca Emmanuel, Class of 2021Student Staff Member and Intern

As a student who felt called to attend Law School in order to be equipped to defend human rights, I am especially grateful for the opportunities the Center for Global Justice provides for students. Because of the Center and its mission, I have had the opportunity to live out my calling to speak for the oppressed while still a law student and further my understanding of what it means to learn, lead, and do justice.

Lauren Moustakas, Class of 2021Student Staff Member, Law Clerk, and Intern

I am deeply thankful for my opportunity for involvement with the Center. It has been an opportunity to work with like-minded people, committed to a fight for Christian Justice around the world. Being a staff member has been an incredible opportunity to put some of the skills I have been learning in Law School into practice, in ways that I already know provide real benefit and value around the world.

Nathan Moelker, Class of 2022Student Staff Member

Being a staff member for the Center for Global Justice has made my time in law school more meaningful, allowing me to provide practical support to nonprofits and NGOs, while also learning the law. In addition, working with the center, including the internship opportunities it has provided, has confirmed my desire to work in international human rights law.

Wendy Wrobel, Class of 2022Student Staff Member, Law Clerk, and Intern

The Center and the Christian component played big roles in my decision to come to Regent Law. I gained opportunities to think outside the box and connect with attorneys in other countries, learning about international legal issues. This was great for my career and provided an experience I would not have gotten anywhere else.

Hannah Fruh, Class of 2020Intern

I was directly involved in helping the Judiciary establish mobile courts and hearings in Kamwenge, Uganda, for child defilement cases. It was only through what I learned through the Center that I knew what to do.

Pam Dodge, Class of 2017Student Staff Member, Law Clerk, Intern, and Fellow


February 8, 2024

Bringing God’s Justice to Life in a Fallen World

By Sean O'Dea I have had the privilege of working for the Center for Global Justice for nearly two semesters now. Before working for the Center, I had never possessed…
Human Trafficking InstituteUganda
January 30, 2024

Child Begging in Uganda

By Mckenzie Knaub Child begging is a form of human trafficking – labor trafficking, to be specific. When you see a child begging on the street, you don’t immediately jump…
December 19, 2023

Bail in Ugandan Domestic Violence Cases

By Mckenzie Knaub  This semester, our team worked on a project examining bail in Uganda’s domestic violence cases. We compared arguments for and against the admission of bail for these…
Human TraffickingHuman Trafficking InstituteUganda
December 18, 2023

Is the Use of Child Soldiers Considered Human Trafficking?

By Alyssa Schiefer This semester, my team assisted Human Trafficking Institute, Uganda, by writing a memorandum on the use of child soldiers in Uganda. Specifically, we researched international human trafficking…