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Carol Gray teaches courses in both Political Science (e.g., American Politics, International Politics and the Politics of the Middle East) and Criminal Justice (e.g., Criminal Law, Issues in Constitutional Law, Adjudication and Juvenile Justice). She has also taught criminal law and human rights courses at Western New England Law School, Hampshire College and was an adjunct at American University in Cairo. A former public defender, she received her B.A. in African Studies from Wesleyan University, law degree from Northeastern University School of Law, an L.L.M. degree from Georgetown University Law Center where she was a Prettyman Fellow, and a certificate in International Human Rights Law from American University.
Her international experiences include work as a Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholar in Cairo, Egypt; a legal observer of El Salvador’s 2004 elections; a delegate to the World Conference Against Racism in South Africa; an attendee of the International Bar Association Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland; and human rights work in South Africa.
Carol has published a chapter in the Forum on Public Policy’s book Terrorism and Global Insecurity: A Multipurpose Perspective and will be submitting an article for publication entitled Non-Derogable Constitutional Rights: From South Africa to Egypt, A Case for Constitutional Borrowing. Her current research is an oral history project of one of Egypt’s leading human rights organizations based on more than 50 interviews she did in Cairo and elsewhere in Egypt after the Egyptian Revolution.