Professor Karen Bravo Participates in Roundtable on International Law of Black Women
Professor Karen E. Bravo participated in a roundtable discussion entitled "Towards an International Law of Black Women: New Theory, New Praxis" held at Florida A&M University College of Law on March 4, 2010. The event was co-sponsored by the American Society of International Law (ASIL) and the Henry J. Richardson III, International Law Student Association (HJR-ILSA).
An Associate Professor of Law, Karen E. Bravo joined the faculty of Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis in the summer of 2004. A Columbia Law School Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, from 1997-2001 she practiced corporate law with international law firms in New York and Massachusetts. Her practice areas included venture capital financing, mergers and acquisitions and emerging and public company representation. Following her law firm tenure, she joined the American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (ABA/CEELI) in the Republic of Armenia, where she worked with domestic judiciary and advocates, and local and international NGOs on legal reform and education programs and strategies. While at Columbia Law School she was a staff member and articles editor of the Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems. In 2004, she received the Jerome Lipper Prize for outstanding achievement in the field of international law from NYU. Professor Bravo's research interests include regional integration, democratization and the rule of law and human trafficking.
Professor Bravo is a former Chair (2007-2009) of the American Association of Law Schools Committee on Recruitment and Retention of Minority Law Teachers and a member of the planning committee for the 2008 Workshop for New Law Teachers and 2008 Workshop on Retention of Minority Law School Teachers.