Kayleen R. Hartman
Adjunct Professor of Law
B.A., Davidson College; J.D., Georgetown
Kayleen Hartman served as a fellow with the Human Rights Institute during the 2011-2012 academic year, where she assisted with our human rights fact-finding project,...Continue Reading
Kayleen Hartman served as a fellow with the Human Rights Institute during the 2011-2012 academic year, where she assisted with our human rights fact-finding project, coordinated an advocacy project on human trafficking and business transparency that she developed, and edited and produced their human rights blog. Before coming to the Institute, Professor Hartman worked on human rights and human trafficking litigation at Human Rights USA and International Rights Advocates, and advocacy for prisoners of political conscience with Freedom Now. She has represented clients applying for political asylum, both as a law student, and post-graduation. Outside of D.C., she has worked on extra-judicial killing, torture, and forced disappearances in the Law and Human Rights Unit of the Asia Foundation in The Philippines, and has conducted human rights fact-finding on women's rights at work in Beijing, China. Professor Hartman received her B.A. from Davidson College and her J.D. and Certificate in Refugee and Humanitarian Emergencies from Georgetown University Law Center. She is a 2011 recipient of Georgetown Law’s Bettina Prukmayer Award for Human Rights.