Law Student Assists International Justice Mission in Rwanda
September 18, 2012
Hoffman with IJM Rwanda staff members.
Just one year into his studies at Regent University's School of Law, Kevin Hoffman decided to put his education to work as a legal volunteer with the International Justice Mission (IJM). Based out of an IJM field office in Kigali, Rwanda, Hoffman spent six weeks this summer alongside IJM staff, working primarily with cases of child sexual abuse. Hoffman's internship was sponsored by the Center for Global Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law, housed in Regent's School of Law.
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