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Adrien Wing named associate dean for international and comparative law programs

Adrien K. Wing, the Bessie Dutton Murray Professor of Law at the Iowa College of Law, has been appointed to a new position. Teaching at Iowa since 1987, she will become the Associate Dean for International and Comparative Law Programs at the law school. She will continue as director of the UI Center for Human Rights as well.

Wing earned an AB degree with high honors from Princeton, an MA in African studies from UCLA, and her JD from Stanford Law School. Author of more than 100 publications, she serves on the Executive Council of the American Society of International Law and the American Bar Association Section on Legal Education Accreditation Committee. She is also the director of the law school’s summer program in France.

In the past, Wing has held a number of prominent positions, including associate dean for faculty development as well as director of the London Law Consortium semester abroad program. Additionally, she assisted with the constitutions of South Africa, Rwanda, and the Palestine Basic Law.

Adrien Wing