Inside JGU 2020 Issue 10 (October)

JGLS Professor shortlisted for International Bar Association Outstanding Young Lawyer Award

Raphael Lorenzo Pangalangan, Assistant Professor, Jindal Global Law School, has been shortlisted for the International Bar Association Outstanding Young Lawyer Award.

Each year, the IBA Young Lawyers’ Committee presents an award to a young lawyer who has shown not only excellence in work and achievements in career to date but also commitment to professional and ethical standards as well to the larger community.

Raphael has been recognised for his outstanding scholarly work and legal practice. He has authored articles with the American University, Brill | Nijhoff, the ICRC, and the Cambridge University Press, and has been a scholar and fellow with organisations such as The Hague Academy of International Law, the International Nuremberg Principles Academy and the Oxford-Bonavero Institute of Human Rights. Having completed his LL.M. at the University of Cambridge and M.St. in Human Rights with the University of Oxford, Raphael continued to pursue his public interest work as a Junior Fellow with Reprieve, as the Chief Academic Adviser of the Aristotle & Alexander Institute for Internet Justice, and as Associate Dean and Assistant Professor in Human Rights and Theory of the Jindal Global Law School. Raphael is also involved in educating young lawyers and has launched an initiative to provide free e-learning materials for students around the globe.