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Eileen Kaufman

Providing Justice for All

Eileen Kaufman
Professor of Law
Professor Kaufman has been named to the Tibet Justice Center Board of Directors, in recognition of the outstanding pro bono work she has done for the organization over the past several years.

Professor Eileen Kaufman was recently named to the Board of Directors of the Tibet Justice Center, a non-profit organization that provides legal resources for Tibetan refugees, documents human rights abuses in Tibet, and supports the Tibetan government-in-exile. She has done pro bono work for this organization in the past including writing expert affidavits in asylum cases and working on the September 2011 report titled Tibet's Stateless Nationals II; Tibetan Refugees in India.

Professor Kaufman was Touro's Vice Dean from 1996-2000, the founder of Touro Law's summer program in India and the co-director of Touro Law's summer program in Israel. She teaches Torts, Constitutional Law, Sex-Based Discrimination, and Comparative Constitutional Law. She has published primarily in the areas of civil rights, women's rights and human rights. Professor Kaufman was the recipient of the Paul Marks Award for Public Service this year.  

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