Anna Crowe

Lecturer on Law



Anna Crowe is a Lecturer on Law and Clinical Instructor at the International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC). Her work focuses on the right to privacy and the right to a legal identity. She also has expertise in humanitarian disarmament and transitional justice. 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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