Anna Crowe

Lecturer on Law

Assistant Director, International Human Rights Clinic

Fall 2020


Anna Crowe is a Lecturer on Law and the Assistant Director of the International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC). Her work focuses on refugee rights, particularly refugee documentation, humanitarian disarmament, and the right to privacy. Prior to joining the IHRC, Anna was a Legal Officer at Privacy International, a leading human rights organization that campaigns against unlawful communications surveillance across the globe. Anna previously worked as a constitutional lawyer for the New Zealand government and served at the New Zealand Supreme Court as a clerk to the Chief Justice. She also spent a year in Colombia working with the International Crisis Group as a Henigson Human Rights Fellow. In addition to an LL.M. from Harvard Law School, she holds conjoint law and arts degrees from the University of Auckland.

Emily Nagisa Keehn, Anna Crowe & Yee Mon Htun, Investing in International Human Rights in the Age of Trump, Human Rights@Harvard Law (Dec. 15, 2016).
International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Government & Politics
Politics & Political Theory
Executive Office
Human Rights Law
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