Photo Gallery Research Associates provided support for the Abyei Arbitration Research Associates supported work relating to the preparation of the Libyan constitution. Alumni in Sri Lanka with the with the Secretariat of the Ministry of Consitutional Affairs Research Associates’s practice their negotiation skills during a Yemen simulation. The Assad team worked together during the negotiation simulation. Research Associates often participate in skill building exercises. Research Associates supported work on peace negotiations in Georgia These Research Associates represented the Syrian Opposition in a negotiation simulation. Russia, US, and UN, were represented during the negotiation simulation as mediators. Lawyering Peace Research Associates with the Chairman of UNCAT Research Associates provided support on constitution-drafting in Egypt Negotiation is an important skill for our Research Associates. Research Associates head downtown for events at think tanks and other institutions. Research Associates support efforts to create transitional justice mechanisms in the Middle East and North Africa. Research supported alumni prodiving legal advice in Cyprus Lawyering Peace Research Associates support work around the world. Here, Professor Williams is gathering statements for the Abyei Arbitration. Research Associates joined the civil society process for selecting a new UNSG in 2016. Jessica sports her Lawyering Peace T-Shit over the summer. Research Associates in downtown DC. Research Associates supported alumni providing legal advice in Tanzania Our Research Associates learn practical skills needed for this field. The 2016-17 class of Research Associates Research Associates supported peace negotiations in Burma Research Associates often attend events downtown. Research Associates supported alumni advising on the design of federal states in Nepal Our Research Associates go to events all around DC. Lawyering Peace Research Associates supported work related to the Iraqi Constitution. Professor Paul Williams participates in a panel discussion at the Atlantic Council, using a Rubik’s Cube to describe the Yemen peace negotiations. Some Research Associates even go to events abroad. This is from the ICC’s Assembly of States Parties in the Hague.