A number of human rights scholars have spent time in residence at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. These scholars have availed themselves of the excellent array of research materials and programs provided by the Urban Morgan Institute.
Past scholars-in-residence include:
- Thabiso Lepang (Fall 2012) Lawyer with Unity Dow & Associates, Botswana, working with College of Law’s Domestic Violence Clinic.
- Keneilwe Modise (Fall 2011) Lawyer with Unity Dow & Associates, Botswana, working with College of Law’s Domestic Violence Clinic.
- Raymond Steenkamp Fonseca (Fall 2009) – Ph.D. Candidate IMT, Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy.
- Hu Zhijun (Fall 2009) – Ph.D. Candidate, Shandong University.
- Jiang Feng (Spring/Summer 2008) – scholar from Shandong University in China, researching constitutional law and human rights.
- Raushan Amanzhanora (Fall 1999-Spring 2000) – visiting Professor from Kazakhstan, researching human rights and linguistics;
- Jeremy Sarkin (Spring/Fall 1998) – taught “The New South African Constitution” and “Transitional Justice” seminars at the College of Law while on sabbatical from the University of the Western Cape, South Africa;
- Ustina Dolgopol (Fall 1997) – taught “International Women’s Human Rights” at the College of Law while on sabbatical from Flinders University of South Australia;
- Myroslava Antonovych (Spring 1997) – studied linguistics in human rights;
- J. Kenneth Blackwell (1993) – as U.S. Ambassador to the UN Commission on Human Rights under the Bush Administration, Blackwell appointed two Morgan Fellows as delegates to the Commission;
- Koshi Yamazaki (Fall 1987 - Spring 1998) – visiting Faculty of Law, Kawaga University, Japan;