Notes on Contributors

Digdem Ameseder earned her LL.M. (Summa Cum Laude) in
Intercultural Human Rights from St. omas University School of Law,
Miami, Florida. Also, she holds a Magistra iuris from the Johannes
Kepler University, Linz, Austria with a specialization in international
law. Previously, she was a legal intern at the UNHCR Austria and
did pro bono and free legal counselling for asylum-seekers as well as
immigrants for four years at Helping Hands Linz, an Austrian NGO.
Donald L. Buresh earned his Ph.D. in the management of engineering
and technology from Northcentral University. His dissertation
assessed customer satisfaction for both agile-driven and plan-driven
soware development projects. He earned a Juris Doctorate from e
John Marshall Law School concentrating in intellectual property and
cyber law. He received an M.P.S. from Utica College in cybersecurity
policy, an M.B.A. from the University of Massachusetts Lowell with a
concentration in operations management, an M.A. in economics from
Boston College, and a B.S. from the University of Illinois-Chicago,
majoring in mathematics and philosophy. Dr. Buresh has over 20 years
of paid professional experience in Information Technology. He is a
member of Delta Mu Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, Sigma Iota
Epsilon, Epsilon Pi Tau, and Phi eta Kappa. Dr. Buresh is currently
an adjunct professor at several universities.
Pranoto Iskandar is the founding director of the Institute for Migrant
Rights, Cianjur—Indonesia. Currently, he is codeveloping the Cornell
Comparative Farmworker Project. In addition to his role as founding
editor of the Indonesian Journal of International & Comparative Law,
he also serves at the editorial board of the International Journal of
Migration and Border Studies and an expert member of the advisory
editorial board of Border and Migration Studies Online. Previously,
he was an O’Brien Fellow in Residence at McGill Centre for Human
Rights and Legal Pluralism, the Inaugural Fellow at the Institute of Asia
and Pacic Studies at Nottingham University’s Malaysia Campus, and
Visiting Scholar at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University
of Oslo. He has delivered lectures in many universities, including
Peking University School of Transnational Law and Monash University

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