Engy Abdelkader is an award-winning attorney and legal scholar. In addition to earning a JD from Rutgers University School of Law in 2000, Engy Abdelkader received a Masters of Law with academic distinction from University of Pennsylvania Law School.
At Penn Law, her graduate thesis explored the intersection of women, law and Islam and her coursework focused on human rights, civil liberties and global security. She served as a teaching fellow, prevailed in a national writing competition sponsored by the American Society of Comparative Law and graduated with academic distinction. Abdelkader has since published scholarship in the Fordham International Law Journal, Asian American Law Journal at Berkley Law, University of Washington Pacific Rim Law and Policy Journal, among others.
Abdelkader now develops and instructs graduate courses on myriad aspects of international human rights law with Rutgers University’s MA Program in Political Science – Concentration in United Nations and Global Policy Studies.
She continues to give back through public service as co-chair of a new ABA IRR Committee on Religious Freedom. She works hard to protect, promote and advance freedom of religion or belief around the world as an adviser with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and a member of the U.S. State Department Religion and Foreign Policy Working Group.
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