Research Assistant, UFL Levin College of Law, Institute of Human Rights Peace and Development; Student Assistant, UFL Levin College of Law; LL.M. Comparative Law Program; Independent Legal Consultant; Gainesville Marriage Examiner.
Aitza M. Haddad completed a B.A. in Political Sciences from University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez in 2007 and a J.D. from Interamerican University of Puerto Rico Law School in 2010. She then moved to Florida where she completed a LL.M. in Comparative Law from University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2011. She worked as a Teaching/Office Assistant in the University of Florida LL.M. in Comparative Law Program and as a Research Assistant for Professor Winston P. Nagan. While there, she became a Fellow of the UFL Institute for Human Rights, Peace, and Development. She has published numerous articles in academic journals and is presently working on a book on international family law dynamics. She now lives in the state of Maryland and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Mass Communications and Media Studies at Howard University. Her research studies are focused on Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, International Law, Family Law, and International Relations.