Acting Assistant Professor

Maryam Jamshidi is a lawyer and writer with over ten years of experience working on issues relating to the Middle East and North Africa. She has written various academic articles and published a book on transitional justice and the Arab world. Her current scholarship examines civil claims brought by private individuals against third-parties for providing material support to terrorism, and how these claims replicate many of the shortfalls of the legal "War on Terror."

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