University of Notre Dame Associate Professor of Human Rights Law and Global Affairs Diane Desierto is available to comment on Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi's testimony at The Hague. 

Desierto is also active as lead/collaborating counsel in human rights and public interest-related economic disputes in the Philippines and Southeast Asia, including in matters successfully litigated before the UN Human Rights Committee, the International Criminal Court, the Philippine Supreme Court, the Philippine Commission on Human Rights, and the Permanent Court of Arbitration, for which she has consistently been rated as one of the world’s “Future Leaders in Arbitration” by Who’s Who Legal. She is also a listed arbitrator at the British Virgin Islands Arbitration Centre and served an initial term as an academic council member of the Institute of Transnational Arbitration.

Notre Dame has an on-campus studio, so we can easily arrange radio/TV interviews. 

Colleen Sharkey

Assistant Director, Media Relations

University of Notre Dame

(office) 574-631-9958

(cell) 574-999-0102

csharke2@nd.edu 

 

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