International and Comparative Law Center Clerk

2019-2020 Clerk

Photograph: Marisol Rios Duarte.Marisol Rios Duarte is originally from Chihuahua, Mexico, and she did her undergraduate studies at Washburn University. As an immigrant herself, her career goals involve advocating for immigrants and immigrants' rights. Marisol has worked for a few nonprofit organizations and immigration law firms in Kansas and Texas, and as well spent a summer in The Netherlands learning about International Women's Rights. She is bringing these experiences to her work with the ICLC.

Marisol can be contacted at marisol.riosduarte@washburn.edu.

2018-2019 Clerk

Photograph: Laura Politi.Laura Politi is a first year law student and a human trafficking survivor advocate. She graduated from the University of Kansas in 2013 with a degree in Global & International Studies. Laura has studied, worked, and volunteered in Europe for several years. She has also worked with the United Nations on various occasions, and has served as an intern for the Kansas Attorney General's Office under the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit.

2016-2017 and 2017-2018 Clerk

Photograph: Marvin Tador.Marvin Tador attended the University of South Florida and is originally from Melbourne, Florida. Marvin brings to his ICLC Clerk role considerable experience gained while serving in various cities in Europe as an Officer in the United States Army before joining Washburn Law.

The ICLC Clerk assists the Center in a variety of capacities, including:

  • Working to increase the Center's outreach to both current and prospective law students.
  • Conducting international law-related research and analysis on behalf of the Center.
  • Serving as the Center's liaison with alumni and practitioners who visit the law school to give presentations related to international and comparative law.
  • Preparing marketing and informational materials regarding various Center-sponsored events and activities.