Mr. Singh is an innovator in the field of international human rights law. His team teaches cutting-edge courses on how to leverage the tools of behavioral science, technology, and design thinking to disrupt discrimination.
Hansdeep Singh is co-founder of the International Center for Advocates Against Discrimination. His work focuses on leveraging legal innovation, data, and multidisciplinary partnerships to uncover and challenge systemic discrimination. One of the major programs he designed collects and analyzes data on how bias permeates judicial decision making in gender-based violence cases. He has taught legal clinics on international law and anti-discrimination and challenged post 9/11 discriminatory policies. He trained in the Women’s Rights Division of Human Rights Watch and with judges and prosecutors during his time at the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and Yugoslavia.
Mr. Singh holds a BA in Biology and History from the University of Southern California, a JD from California Western School of Law, and an LLM in International Law and Justice from Fordham University.