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Lindsay Bailey

Lindsay Bailey

Lindsay Bailey is a third-year student at Harvard Law School and has been a Research Assistant at HLS PILAC since January of 2018. At HLS PILAC, Lindsay has contributed to a project examining acquiescence concerns and “Article 51 Reports,” as well as analysis concerning the relationships between international criminal law of war crimes and international humanitarian law.

Emma Broches

Emma Broches

As of spring 2018, Emma Broches is a first-year J.D. student at Harvard Law School; as a Research Assistant at HLS PILAC, Emma currently supports the project on Self-Defense, States’ Silence, and the Security Council.

Thejasa Jayachandran

Thejasa Jayachandran

Thejasa Jayachandran is a first-year law student at Harvard Law School and a Research Assistant at the Harvard Law School Program on International Law and Armed Conflict (HLS PILAC).

Samantha Lint

Samantha Lint

Samantha Lint is a first-year J.D. student at Harvard Law School and a Research Assistant for the HLS Program on International Law and Armed Conflict (HLS PILAC).

Francesco Romani

Francesco Romani

Francesco Romani is a PILAC Research Assistant on the Goals of War and War’s End project.

Paras Shah

Paras Shah

As a Research Assistant at HLS PILAC, Paras Shah conducts research concerning “silence” and acquiescence in relation to international law pertaining to the use of force.