Aitza M. Haddad Nunez

WAAS Designation: 
Junior Fellow
Two line Bio: 

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.

Personal Statement: 

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.

United States of America
Primary Position & Institution: 
Graduate Assistant, Annenberg Honors Program, School of Communications, Howard University
Other Affiliations: 
UFL Institute for Human Rights, Peace and Development
International Law, Human Rights, Family Law, Mass Communications and Media Studies
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