Juliet Sorensen is the Harry R. Horrow Professor in International Law with the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Center for International Human Rights, where her teaching and research interests include international criminal law, corruption, and health and human rights. She is a founder of the Northwestern Access to Health Project, an interdisciplinary partnership that analyzes access to health in resource limited settings. Professor Sorensen received the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Master’s in Public Health Program in 2014 and 2015. In 2010, she was appointed to the American Bar Association’s Global Anti-Corruption Task Force. In 2015, Professor Sorensen was appointed to the American Bar Association’s Center for Human Rights Working Group on Crimes Against Humanity. She serves on the screening committee that assists Senator Durbin in selecting federal district court judges for the Northern District of Illinois.
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Professor Juliet Sorensen discusses the pervasiveness and regulation of corruption.
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