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Logo The CMN welcomes contributions by Fellows. Interested persons should send an e-mail message with an updated curriculum vitae to info@cilrap.org. Candidates are selected on the basis of motivation, precision, and interest in knowledge-transfer and capacity development. This table shows ways current CMN Fellows are contributing.



Devasheesh Bais
CMN Senior Fellow
August 2018 –

Devasheesh Bais is an Advocate at the High Court of Madhya Pradesh, India. He has been a research assistant for Mr. Narinder Singh, former member of the International Law Commission. He has also worked with the Commission for International Justice and Accountability, and undertaken internships with the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in Arusha, Tanzania, the Asian African Legal Consultative Organization, and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and has participated in various moots. He holds B.A. and LL.B. (Hons.) degrees from the O.P. Jindal Global University and LL.M. in public international law from the University of Oslo. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the International(ised) Fact-Finding Mandates Collection and the folders of Andorra, Belize, Grenada, Guyana, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago in the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Mohammad Hadi Zakerhossein
CMN Senior Fellow
August 2018 –

Dr. Mohammad Hadi Zakerhossein is a guest researcher at Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL). He also directs the Iranian Center for International Criminal Law (ICICL) that aims at promoting the ICC in Farsi-speaking societies. Previously, he served as a lecturer at Tilburg University. His work on the ICC has appeared in leading peer-reviewed journals, including the International Criminal Law Review. In 2017, he received his Ph.D. from Tilburg University for his dissertation ‘The situation selection regime at the International Criminal Court: Law, Policy, Practice’. He holds a master’s in criminal law and criminology from the University of Tehran. Dr. Zakerhossein works with CILRAP on Farsi resources in Lexsitus.

Morten Bergsmo
CMN Senior Fellow
December 2017 –

Morten Bergsmo is Director of CILRAP. He is responsible for the folders for Denmark and Norway in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Olympia Bekou
CMN Senior Fellow
December 2017 –

Olympia Bekou is Professor at Nottingham University and CMN Deputy Director. She is responsible for the folders for Cyprus and Greece in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Sangkul Kim
CMN Senior Fellow
December 2017 –

Sangkul Kim is a CILRAP Research Fellow, Senior Researcher at a think-tank in Seoul, and Lecturer at Korea University Graduate School, Department of Law. He has served at the International Criminal Court and ex-Yugoslavia Tribunal. He earned a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree from Korea University, and Master of Laws (LL.M.) and Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) degrees from Georgetown University Law Center. He is responsible for the folders for Korea and the DPRK in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Alejandro Chehtman
CMN Senior Fellow
December 2017 –

Alejandro Chehtman is Associate Professor at the Law School of the University Torcuato Di Tella and a Fellow at the Argentine National Research Council (CONICET). His work has appeared in leading peer-reviewed journals, such as the European Journal of International Law, Leiden Journal of International Law, Journal of International Criminal Justice, International Criminal Law Review, and The Stanford Journal of International Law. His book The Philosophical Foundations of Extraterritorial Punishment was published by Oxford University Press. He is responsible for the Argentina and IACtHR Collections in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Juan Pappier
CMN Senior Fellow
December 2017 –

Juan Pappier is an Americas researcher at Human Rights Watch. As such, he carries out research about human rights, international humanitarian law, and international criminal law in several countries in Latin America. Previously, he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Latin American Journal of International Law and taught international and constitutional law at Di Tella University in Argentina. He is responsible for the folders Colombia, Peru, and Chile in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Maria Nybondas
CMN Senior Fellow
December 2017 –

Maria Nybondas is a legal adviser at Eurojust. She holds a doctorate in international law, and has served at an international court and research institute in The Hague. She is responsible for the folder for Finland in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Maria Pichou
CMN Senior Fellow
December 2017 –

Maria Pichou is a Senior Visiting Scholar at the University of California, Berkeley Law. Previously, she was a Senior Research Fellow (Postdoc) in Public International Law and Human Rights at the University of Luxembourg. She is also Legal Adviser to the Luxembourg Red Cross, a lawyer called to Thessaloniki’s Bar (2005) and an external Lawyer-Linguist at the Court of Justice of the European Union. She has been a Visiting Professional at the Appeals Division of the ICC (2016), member of the International Criminal Bar Association, and of the Committee ‘Complementarity in International Criminal Law’ of the International Law Association, and an awarded scholar at The Hague Academy of International Law (2007). She holds a Ph.D. in Public International Law (Aristotle University – State Scholarship Foundation Award 2011), an LL.M. in International and European Studies (Maastricht University and Aristotle University 2005), and a full qualifying Law Degree (2002). She is responsible for the International Legal Instruments Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Aleksandra Sidorenko
CMN Senior Fellow
December 2017 –

Aleksandra Sidorenko holds a law degree from the American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan), and a master degree in Information and Communication Technologies Law, an LL.M. in public international law, and a law degree from the University of Oslo. She works as a Legal Adviser in the Norwegian Helsinki Committee and for the ICLHR. She previously worked as a Research Assistant at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights of the University of Oslo. She is responsible for the folders for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Mark Klamberg
CMN Senior Fellow
September 2017 –

Dr. Mark Klamberg is Associate Professor at Stockholm University Faculty of Law. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the Swedish folder in the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database as a public interest service.

Khondoker Mehdi Maswood
CMN Senior Fellow
September 2017 –

Khondoker Mehdi Maswood is currently serving as a Senior Consultant of International Crime Tribunal-Bangladesh (ICT-BD), Judicial Administration Training Institute (JATI), Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission (BJSC), Legal Aid Project Bangladesh and Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Bangladesh. He earned his master's degree from the Department of Sociology, University of Dhaka. He has obtained various national and international certifications in the arena of computer science and software administration. Mr. Maswood has trained more than 2,000 sitting judges and magistrates as well as more than 500 public prosecutors and government pleaders of Bangladesh. He also trained more than 1,000 court support staff. He has provided training on the Case Matrix. He has developed the database software Case Management System (CMS), the Court Cause List Display Database System, and the Monitoring Database Tool (MDT) for DANIDA-HRGG. He has provided various databases and dynamic websites for government and private organizations. He has done CMN activities in Bangladesh and Indonesia. He is responsible for content-maintenance and -development of the ECCC Collection and the Bangladesh folder under the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Agata Odrobińska
CMN Senior Fellow
October 2016 –

Agata Odrobińska holds a Master’s degree from the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. She is a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences and trains at the District Chamber of Advocates in Warsaw. Her professional interests include international criminal, humanitarian and human rights law. She is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the OSCE Collection, the African Union Collection, Poland Collection, and Ukraine Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Megumi Ochi
CMN Senior Fellow
October 2016 –

Megumi Ochi is a Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science in the Faculty of Law at Kyoto University. Her research interests are in public international law, in particular international criminal law. She received her Ph.D. in 2015 from the Faculty of Law at Osaka University and holds an LL.M. from Leiden University and Master of International Public Policy from Osaka University. Ochi is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the UN International Law Commission Collection and the national folder for Japan in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Mats Benestad
CMN Senior Fellow
January 2010 –

Mats Benestad works at the Norwegian Embassy in Vienna/Norwegian delegation to the United Nations in Vienna. He was previously an adviser in the Legal Department of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Before joining the Norwegian foreign service, Mr. Benestad worked for the United Nations Office on Drug and Crime in Tehran and Vienna. He holds a law degree from the University of Bergen, with specialization in international law (American University, Washington, D.C.) and international criminal law (University in Oslo). He did his master thesis on prosecutorial discretion at the ICC. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Marwa Elbesiky
CMN Fellow
September 2018 –

Marwa Elbesiky is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Alexandria, Egypt from where she holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree and diplomas in criminal science and public law. She has been an intern at the Pre-Trial Chambers of the ICC. Her professional interests include international criminal and humanitarian law, corruption, money laundering and asset recovery. She is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the folders for Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mauritania, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates and Yemen in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Joshua Moses
CMN Fellow
May 2018 –

Joshua Moses is a student at School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore, India, where he has been the Convener of the International Relations and Foreign Policy Committee. He has previously undertaken internships with the law firms S.S. Rana & Co. and Lex Meridian. His academic interests lie in public international law, international humanitarian law and international relations. As a CMN Fellow, he works with the Legal Tools Database management team, as a public interest service.

Sidharth Dahiya
CMN Fellow
March 2018 –

Sidharth Dahiya holds an LL.M. and is pursuing a Ph.D., both from National Law University Delhi, where he is Assistant Registrar. He has co-authored the book Pre-Trial Process and Policing – Case Analysis & Judicial Discourse. He was Research Assistant to Professor Theodore Eisenberg at Cornell Law School, USA (2013-14). He has organized and co-ordinated more than 75 conferences and workshops at National Law University Delhi. As CMN Fellow he assists with the management of the work on the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Srivats Shankar
CMN Fellow
February 2018 –

Srivats Shankar is a student at National University of Juridical Sciences, where he is an editor of the NUJS Law Review. His research interests include the interrelationship between artificial intelligence and the law, including in the context of information accessibility and resolution mechanisms. He works with the Legal Tools Database management team, as a public interest service.

LI Jiayi
CMN Fellow
January 2018 –

LI Jiayi holds an LL.B. and is pursuing master programmes at Peking University Law School and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law of Lund University, Sweden. She is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the folder for China in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Isaias Yemane Tesfalidet
CMN Fellow
December 2017 –

Isaias Yemane Tesfalidet currently works with Seefar as a Senior Program Officer – East Africa where he focuses on research related to migration. He holds an LL.B. from the University of Asmara, Faculty of Law and an LL.M. from the Yale Law School. Before joining the LL.M. programme at Yale Law School, he worked as a Staff at the Office of the Legal Advisor to the Office of the President of the State of Eritrea. He also appeared before the Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission Final Damages Hearing at the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague as a member of the Eritrean legal team. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the folders for Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Somalia and Sudan in the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Thanapat Chatinakrob
CMN Fellow
December 2017 –

Thanapat Chatinakrob is an international lawyer with LL.M. and LL.B. degrees from Thammasat University, and participation at several advanced international law courses, including The Hague Academy of International Law and the United Nations Regional Course in International Law. He has taught at leading Thai academic institutions, and worked with the Legal Database Project of the ICLHR Initiative. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the national folders for Laos, Myanmar and Thailand in the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Tosin Osasona
CMN Fellow
December 2017 –

Tosin Osasona is a lawyer and an international development professional with cross-cutting experience in human rights advocacy, criminal justice reform and public policy analysis. He is interested in the use of juridical procedures, research and advocacy tools towards the enhancement of human rights and the rule of law in Nigeria and sub-Saharan Africa. He holds a Master of Laws degree in International Crime and Justice from the University of Turin. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the national folders for Malawi, Nigeria and Rwanda in the National Jurisdictions Collection and the African Court of Human and Peoples’ Rights Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Jimena Sofia Viveros Alvarez
CMN Fellow
December 2017 –

Jimena Viveros is a Mexican lawyer specialised in international criminal law. She obtained her Law Degree from the Ibero-American University in Mexico City (combined programme with the University of Salamanca in Spain), and holds an LL.M. degree in public international law from Leiden University. She has acquired experience from the Supreme Courts of Justice of Lebanon and Mexico, Appeals Chambers of the ICTY and ICTR, ICC Office of the Prosecutor, OPCW, UN Special Political Mission in Colombia, and from NGOs in Palestine and Kenya. She has provided training to the Mexican Ministry of Defence for two consecutive years and she co-founded the International Criminal Law Commission of Mexico. She is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the Mexico folder in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Ola Nagy
CMN Fellow
December 2017 –

Ola Nagy is an Attorney at Law and Associate at Zulficar & Partners Law Firm, Cairo. She holds LL.B. (2012) and L.L.M. (Public International Law) (2015) degrees from Ain Shams University, Cairo. She is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the national folders for the Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mauritania, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates and Yemen folders in the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Adi Atlas
CMN Fellow
December 2017 –

Adi Atlas, an Israeli legal professional based in New York City, is an International Tax Associate at Ernst & Young, New York. She holds an LL.B. from Hebrew University, Jerusalem (2012) and an LL.M. in International Tax and Finance at New York University School of Law (2015). She has worked for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs Legal Division (International Economic Affairs relating to Israeli foreign policy), and clerked with ICTY Judge Alphons Orie (Mladić and Stanišić and Simatović trials). A true millennial, she is always happy to expand her spectrum of legal (and other) interests, and is expecting to learn a great deal from this Fellowship. She is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the national folder for Israel in the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Fadi Khalil
CMN Fellow
December 2017 –

Fadi Khalil holds an LL.B. in Egyptian Law (including Islamic Sharia) and a Diploma of Higher Studies in International Law from Ain Shams University, Cairo, and an LL.M. from the University of Nottingham (awarded ‘Student most likely to become a Professor of Law’). He works as defence counsel before international tribunals, including the ICC and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, with public international law experience since 2011. Previously, he has served as Expert for International Law of the Egyptian Red Crescent, Senior Refugee Status Determination Eligibility Officer at the UNHCR Cairo Office, and Legal Research Assistant to the Head of School of Law of the University of Nottingham. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the national folders for Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Turkey in the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Varsha Yogish
CMN Fellow
December 2017 –

Varsha Yogish is a law graduate from Christ University, India, and a practicing lawyer. She has pursued studies in public international law and international humanitarian and human rights law at Leiden University and the University of Geneva. She has interned with the UN Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials and the UNHCR. She is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the folders for Cambodia, Indonesia and Vietnam in the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Pawan Kumar
CMN Fellow
November 2017 –

Pawan Kumar is Research Scholar at the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. He holds B.A. and LL.B. (Hons.) degrees from Chanakya National Law University, Patna, India, and an LL.M. degree in International Legal Studies from South Asian University (thesis on victims participation under the supervision of Professor Yogesh Tyagi and Dr. Srinivas Burra). He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the Trust Fund for Victims Collection and the UN Office of the Special Adviser Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Avo Sevag Garabet
CMN Fellow
September 2017 –

Avo Sevag Garabet holds an LL.M. degree in International Law and the Law of International Organizations from the University of Groningen (the Netherlands) and a B.A. degree in International Affairs and Diplomacy from Notre Dame University (Lebanon). Since 2012, he has been working in international courts and tribunals in The Hague. He is currently associate information officer at the International Court of Justice, after having worked in communications at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon and, as defense case manager, at the International Criminal Court (Darfur Situation). Throughout his career, Avo Sevag Garabet has undertaken various roles with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa region, particularly in the area of human rights. Avo Sevag Garabet is the Arabic editor of the Legal Tools Database and is in charge of maintaining the collections of the International Court of Justice and Permanent Court of International Justice.

Salar Abbasi
CMN Fellow
September 2017 –

Salar Abbasi is a doctoral candidate in international law at the Catholic University of Portugal, Lisbon. He is the recipient of a competitive scholarship from the Ministry of Science and Education of Portugal (FCT) for his research. He holds B.A. in Islamic Law & Jurisprudence (2007-10) and M.A. in Criminal Law and Criminology (2011-13) from universities in Iran. The main objective of his current research is to establish a substantive concept of democracy for international law-making on the basis of the idea of ‘Inter-Cultural Global Democratic Unification’ put forward by Rúmí (1207-1273). Mr. Abbasi is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the folders for Iran and Afghanistan in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Surabhi Sharma
CMN Fellow
September 2017 –

Surabhi Sharma is a student at Symbiosis Law School in Pune, India. She has done research in the area of theoretical foundations of international criminal law. She is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the folders for India, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan and the Philippines in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Pratibha Tandon
CMN Fellow
September 2017 –

Pratibha Tandon is a Research Associate at National Law University, Delhi (NLUD). She is currently working on a project on Critical Criminal Law with the NLUD Centre of Criminology and Victimology. She is responsible for content-maintenance and -development of the UN Security Council Resolutions Collection and the country folder for Sri Lanka in the National Jurisdictions Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Antonio Angotti
CMN Fellow
September 2017 –

Antonio Angotti practices law in a law firm in Florence, Italy, concentrating on cases pertaining to refugee, criminal and civil law. He holds a law degree from the University of Florence and an LL.M. degree from the Dickinson School of Law. He has worked for Avocats Sans Frontiérés in Brussels and is a regional director for the Foundation for Law and International Affairs. His main academic interests are international human rights and criminal law and discrimination against women, particularly within Shari'a law. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the folders for Italy, San Marino and Malta in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, and of the INTERPOL Collection, as a public interest service.

Benjamin Mugisho
CMN Fellow
September 2017 –

Benjamin Mugisho graduated from Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand with degrees in Law and Criminology. He works as a Crown prosecutor in New Zealand. He is a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand. He was a Research Associate at the New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the folders for CAR, Congo, DRC, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru and the Solomon Islands in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Ewelina Tylec
CMN Fellow
July 2017 –

Ewelina Tylec holds a master’s diploma in law from the University of Wroclaw (Poland) and LL.M. in Human Rights from the Central European University in Budapest (Hungary). Currently, she works as Associate Programme Officer at International IDEA's Constitution Building Programme in The Hague. Prior to this, she worked at the Legislative Support Unit at the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE/ODIHR), and served at the EU Office of the European Ombudsman in Strasbourg. Her research interests include human rights, humanitarian law and European Union law. She is responsible for content-maintenance and -development of the UN Mechanisms Collection under the Human Rights Law Decisions and Documents in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Matiiapa Chindori-Chininga
CMN Fellow
January, 2017 –

Matiiapa Chindori-Chininga holds a law degree, a bachelor’s degree in organisational psychology, and an honour’s degree in industrial sociology from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. Her professional interests include international criminal, refugee, human rights and humanitarian law. She previously supported the ICC Legal Tools Project as the team leader of its South African partner. She was invited to the 2015 ICC Assembly of States Parties session in The Hague to introduce her work. She is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the following English-speaking African countries under the National Jurisdictions Collection in the ICC Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service: Angola, Botswana, Kenya, Lesotho, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Manek Minhas
CMN Fellow
September 2016 –

Manek Minhas is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of two ICC collections in the Legal Tools Database as a public interest service: the Basic Documents Collection and ASP Documents Collection, and the national folder for Singapore. Manek Minhas holds a law degree from National University of Singapore. Her professional interests include dispute resolution, international criminal law, human rights law and arbitration law. In pursuing these interests, she has been involved as a legal researcher or intern for several different projects. One such project was the Tasrif Award 2016 winner - the International People’s Tribunal 1965, a civil society initiative to try perpetrators of widespread crimes against humanity committed in 1965 in Indonesia.

Marquise Lee Houle
CMN Fellow
September 2016 –

Marquise Lee Houle holds a Master’s degree in Criminal law from Peking University, degrees in Québec Civil law (LL.B.) and Canadian Common law (BCL) from McGill University in Montreal and a DCS in Liberal Arts. She is also certified to practice law in the State of New York. She speaks English, French and Mandarin. Lee Houle is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the European Union Collection in the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Gullik S.H. Gundersen
CMN Fellow
May 2014 –

Gullik S.H. Gundersen works as a Legal Adviser at the Norwegian Data Protection Authority. He holds a law degree from the University of Oslo, specialising in international law. His professional interests are data protection and privacy, national security law and the law of armed conflict. He is responsible for the content-maintenance and -development of the folders for Iceland and Ireland in the National Jurisdictions Collection of the Legal Tools Database, as a public interest service.

Ahrum Lee
CMN Fellow
May 2011 – June 2017

Ahrum Lee holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Ottawa and a Bachelor of Arts in International Development Studies from McGill University. Prior to law school, she worked at the Canadian and Korean Red Cross and participated in the Canadian International Development Agency Internship supporting a primary education development project in Cameroon. She has interned with the Canadian partners to the ICC Legal Tools Project based on Ottawa.

YANG Mingjun
CMN Fellow
June 2014 – September 2016

YANG Mingjun is a technical adviser of Microsoft. He holds a master degree from Peking University, specialising in Software Engineering, and took part in the master programme of Peking University Law School and Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Lund University, Sweden.

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