Professor Golten has extensive teaching experience in the areas of international human rights law, American Indian law, and natural resources and environmental law. He has started clinical law programs at three different law schools in Washington, D.C., and Colorado. In addition, he helped establish and/or advise clinical legal programs with an emphasis on human rights in East Africa, Central Asia, and Central and Eastern Europe. Charles Nicholas, as a student in the Center's clinic, has traveled to Nigeria to address the issue of corruption and extreme poverty in the country.
This teleconference will address the following topics:
- how Charles became involved in the clinic and decided to go to Nigeria;
- the nature of Charles's work in Nigeria and when he returned to the United States;
- the goals of the clinic's project in Nigeria;
- the scope of the Center's experiential practice; and
- the history of the Center and its projects, including successes and challenges.
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