Public International Law & Policy Group

Washington, D.C.

Radhika Kapoor is passionate about transitional justice — the field of law and philosophy that governs the means by which societies transition from conflict to peace. She has previously gathered work experience at two international courts in The Hague, Netherlands, and pursued courses on international law, international criminal law, and human rights law here at Harvard Law School. She also worked at the International Human Rights Clinic at Harvard, traveling to Geneva and Latvia to participate in trainings, conferences and workshops on gender-based violence in conflict. As a Kaufman Fellow, she has elected to work at the Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG) in Washington DC as a Law Fellow specializing in transitional justice for conflict-ridden and newly post-conflict countries.