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Karen Tse developed her interest in the cross section of criminal law and human rights after seeing Southeast Asian refugees imprisoned without trial. A former San Francisco public defender, she moved to Cambodia in 1994 to train the country's first core group of public defenders and then served as a United Nations Judicial Mentor. Ms. Tse is a graduate of UCLA Law and Harvard Divinity School.
Prior to joining IBJ, Michael Gompers was a Senior Staff Attorney with the Criminal Defense Division of the Legal Aid Society of New York. In addition to having over 16 years of trial experience, Mr. Gompers has performed special trial strategy sessions for staff attorneys and supervised junior attorneys on case preparation, invitation techniques, and trial performance.
An experienced criminal defense attorney, Jennifer Smith has previously practiced as a public defender in the United States (Massachusetts and New York). In 1996-1997, Ms. Smith worked with Legal Aid of Cambodia on issues related to juvenile justice and the prevention of torture. She joined IBJ in 2004 as a Legal Coordinator at the Anhui office before becoming the Legal Director in 2006.
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