Case Western Reserve University international law alumni

Case Western Reserve University School of Law has dozens of law alumni occupying important positions in government agencies, international organizations, NGOs, corporations and law firms around the world.  Our alumni regularly help our students obtain internships and jobs in the field.

    Mohamed Chambas (‘84), head of the UN Africa Bureau (NYC)
    Government/International Organizations
    • (Pictured) Mohamed Chambas (‘84), head of the UN Africa Bureau (NYC)
    • Ambassador Capricia Marshall (‘90), former Chief of Protocol, U.S. Department of State (DC)
    • Francois Philippe Champagne (‘94), Canadian Foreign Minister (Ottowa)
    • Ruth Mary Hackler (‘05), Prosecuting Attorney, Cambodia Genocide Tribunal (Phnom Penh)
    • Chelan Bliss (‘07), Senior Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Department of State (DC)
    • Nate Quick (‘09), Prosecutor, Kosovo Tribunal (The Hague)
    Andres Perez (‘04), Attorney Adviser at UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva
    Human Rights Law
    • (Pictured) Andres Perez (‘04), Attorney Advisor at UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva
    • Chris Rassi (‘03), Director of the Office of Secretary-General, International Federation of the Red Cross in Geneva
    • Zach Lampell (‘08), Legal Adviser, International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (DC)
    • Kathleen Gibson (‘08), Legal Adviser, Danish Refugee Council in Israel 
    • Margaux Day (‘09), Policy Director, Accountability Counsel (DC)
    • Niki Dasarathi (‘09), Senior Advisor, American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (DC)
    Austin Fragomen (‘68), founder of world’s largest immigration firm (NYC)
    Immigration Law
    • (Pictured) Austin Fragomen (‘68), founder of world’s largest immigration firm (NYC)
    • Joseph Edlow (‘07), General Counsel of US Citizenship and Immigration Services (DC)
    • Rachel Berman-Vaporis (‘14), Attorney-Adviser, Board of Immigration Appeals (DC)
    • Kate Masetta-Alvarez (‘18), DOJ Immigration Law Appeals Attorney (DC)
     John Sopko (‘77), Inspector General of Afghanistan Reconstruction (DC) 
    National Security Law
    •  (Pictured) John Sopko (‘77), Inspector General of Afghanistan Reconstruction (DC)
    •  Kevin Nealer (‘78), Principal of Snowcroft Group (DC)
    •  Admiral Janet Donovan (‘83), former head of the Navy Reserve JAG Corps (DC)
    •  Rick Batson (’02), Commanding Officer of Coast Guard Legal Service Command in Norfolk
    •  Ted Fowles (‘00), Coast Guard Chief Trial Judge in Washington, D.C.
    •  Katharine Quaglieri (‘11), Attorney-Adviser, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (DC) 
    •  Hyder Syed (‘13), Assistant General Counsel, INTERPOL (Lyon, France)
    •  Phil Hadji (’12), Assistant General Counsel, Department of Navy (DC)
    Rick Newcomb (‘73), head of DLA Piper International Practice Section (DC)
    International Business and Trade Law
    • (Pictured) Rick Newcomb (‘73), head of DLA Piper International Practice Section (DC)
    • Laura Quatella (‘82) General Counsel of Lenovo Group (China)
    • Ashlee Lee (‘07), International Trade Counsel for Coca-Cola Company (Atlanta)
    • Luke Tillman (‘11), Counsel, US International Trade Commission (DC)
    • Brandan Saslow (‘16), Litigation Attorney, Office of Chief Counsel, Department of Commerce (DC)
    Judge Kathleen O’Malley (‘82), Judge of US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (DC)
    International Law Judges
    • (Pictured) Judge Kathleen O’Malley (‘82), Judge of US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (DC)
    • Jennifer Payton (‘98), Immigration Court judge in Chicago
    • Jennifer Riedthaler Williams (‘01), Immigration Court Judge in Cleveland
    • Duncan Gaswaga (‘13), Judge of the Uganda High Court International Crimes Chamber
    International Law Professors
    • Chip Carter (’98), University of Pittsburgh School of Law
    • Ken Davis (’74), Wisconsin Law School
    • Amos Guiora (’74), University of Utah School of Law
    • Greg McNeal (’06), Pepperdine Law School
    • Bryan Mercurio (’00), University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law
    • Katy Mercer (’83), Case Western Reserve University School of Law
    • Mary-Beth Moylan (’94), University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law
    • Charles Norchi (’86), University of Maine School of Law
    • Jack Turner (’02), Case Western Reserve University School of Law
    • Rafael Dean Brown (’02), Qatar University College of Law