Yee Htun

Lecturer on Law

Fall 2019

Biography

Yee Htun is a Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law at the International Human Rights Clinic. Her areas of expertise include international women's rights and Myanmar. Yee works extensively on gender justice issues and has been involved with law reform and legislative efforts to advance human rights in Myanmar.

Prior to teaching at Harvard Law School, she served as the Inaugural Director of Myanmar Program for Justice Trust and was selected by women Nobel Peace Laureates from Nobel Women's Initiative to coordinate and lead the first-ever global campaign to stop rape and sexual violence in conflict.

Yee practiced immigration and criminal law in Canada. She has a Juris Doctor from Dalhousie University and an undergraduate degree in Criminology and Women's Studies from Simon Fraser University.

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).
Categories:
International, Foreign & Comparative Law
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Government & Politics
Sub-Categories:
Politics & Political Theory
,
Executive Office
,
Human Rights Law
Type: Other
Yee Mon Htun, Briefing Paper: Medical Crisis for Political Prisoners of Letpadan Case (All Burma Federation of Student Unions, Justice Trust & Letpadan Justice Committee, Dec. 2015).
Categories:
International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
Human Rights Law
,
Developing & Emerging Nations
Type: Other
Yee Mon Htun, Hidden Hands Behind Communal Violence in Myanmar: Case Study of the Mandalay Riots (Justice Trust Policy Report, Mar. 2015).
Categories:
International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
Human Rights Law
Type: Other
Yee Mon Htun, Caught Between Two Hells: The Report Highlights the Situation of Women Migrant Workers in Thailand and China (Burmese Women’s Union, 2007).
Categories:
International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
Human Rights Law
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East Asian Legal Studies
,
Developing & Emerging Nations
Type: Other

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