Notes on Contributors

Dr. Fatemah Albader is an Assistant Professor of International Law at
Kuwait International Law School. She currently teaches courses in the
international law department, including public international law and
current legal issues, where she focuses on international humanitarian
law. She is admitted to the bar of Washington, D.C., where she is a
licensed attorney who is permitted to practice law in the District of
Columbia and the federal courts of the United States. Dr. Fatemah
Albader has been invited by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Aairs
to speak on behalf of women’s rights and legal issues facing the Gulf
region based on her academic and legal expertise. She has published
with numerous journals, in particular matters relating to international
human rights and humanitarian law.
Brady Flanery is currently a third-year law student at Southern
Methodist University Dedman School of Law and is a case note and
comment editor for the International Law Review Association. He will
graduate with a J.D. in May 2020. Flanery received his B.A. at Austin
College in Sherman, Texas, where he graduated summa cum laude and
was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society.
Pranoto Iskandar is the founding director of the Institute for Migrant
Rights, Cianjur—Indonesia. Currently, he is co-developing 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
Malaysia’s School of Arts and Social Sciences.
Aaron Joseph Walayat is a judicial law clerk for the Honorable William
S. Stickman IV of the United States District Court for the Western
District of Pennsylvania. He received his Juris Doctor from Emory

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