October 5, 2009 - Dean David F. Levi interviewed international lawyer and philanthropist, Rita Hauser, about her career in international law, her interest in human rights, and significant milestones along the way. Hauser is president of The Hauser Foundation and of counsel to the New York City law firm, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan where she was a senior partner for more than twenty years. She served on the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board from 2001 - 2004; chairs The International Peace Institute (affiliated with the United Nations); is chair of the advisory board of the International Crisis Group; and was elected to the foundation board of the Global Humanitarian Forum in Geneva, Switzerland. Sponsored by the Office of the Dean.
Lives in the Law: Rita Hauser
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