- Fall 2005
- Nuthamon Kongcharoen (Thailand)
- Simeon Peter Sungi (Tanzania)
- Tuinese Edwards Amuzu (Ghana)
- Gael Deppert (USA)
- Spring 2006
- Vicente Diaz (Puerto Rico)
- Abimbola Asala (Nigeria)
- Carmen Ledezma Morton (Mexico)
- Tatiana Obando (Nicaragua
Ms. Nuthamon "Natha" Kongcharoen is from Chiang Mai, Thailand. She joined the LL.M program at Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis in Fall 2005. Ms. Kongcharoen holds an LL.B. and an LL.M. in Public Law, and is particularly interested in the study of social and cultural rights. Ms. Natha has learned the power of international law mechanisms in helping to enforce human rights law, especially when States have violated the human rights of their people. Natha says that she likes to travel and learn from people in different communities. She tries to understand the different societies and cultures that she visits, and then searches for ways in which she can aid them by ensuring their social and cultural rights.
Mr. Simeon Peter Sungi is from the United Republic of Tanzania. He joined the LL.M. program at Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis in Fall 2005, having already earned an LL.B. with honors. Mr. Sungi is interested in the study of international criminal law. Mr. Sungi thinks that studying international human rights enables him to appreciate humanity.
Mr. Tuinese Edward Amazu is from Ghana, and has previously earned a Bachelor's Degree in Law in Ghana. Mr. Amuzu's areas of interest are children's rights and the criminal aspects of international law. He considers that the track in international human rights is in line with his career objectives.
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Mr. Vicente Diaz is from Puerto Rico. He joined us as an LL.M. student in Spring 2006, having previously earned a juris doctorate. Mr. Diaz is interested in the study of international discrimination, and thinks that this is an area in which he can help others.
Ms. Abimbola "Bim" Asala is from Nigeria. She joined the LL.M. program at Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis in Spring 2006, after having previously earned an LL.B. degree. Ms. Asala is particularly interested in public health, and hopes her studies will help in her future work with The United Nations. Bim says, "I have made many friends here, and I look forward to exploring even further after graduation. My experiences here will never be forgotten."
Ms. Carmen Ledezma Flores Morton is from Chihuahua, Mexico. She has been an LL.M. student at Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis since Spring 2006. Her area of interest is Immigration Law. Discussing her experiences as a student, she says: "I am very happy to start school again to focus on the topic of immigration. I am really enjoying this time with my professors and my classmates from different countries."
Ms. Tatiana Obando is from Nicaragua. She joined us as an LL.M. student in Spring 2006. Ms. Obando holds a Bachelor's Degree in Law from Nicaragua, and is interested in the study of civil and political rights, refugees and internally displaced persons. She has decided to dedicate her life to the protection of human rights because this is the best way to achieve a better world for all. Her experience at IUPUI has enriched her life and can be described as one of the most challenging and exciting things she has attempted.