Case Western Reserve University School of Law student George Shadrack Kamanda was recently selected for the 2021 Law Program of the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE).
The FASPE Law program provides a comprehensive, ethically-driven curriculum that encourages Fellows to consider dilemmas they may face in their law careers with a renewed perspective. During the program, Fellows will spend two weeks in Berlin and Poland to examine the legal actions that facilitated the Nazi Party’s rise to power during the Holocaust.
Kamanda was one of 16 students to be chosen to participate in the FASPE Law program. In addition to his current fellowship, he is also the founder, executive director, and chief strategist of the Necessity Firm, a nonprofit firm in Sierra Leone. Read more about Kamanda’s life and career in the latest issue of the Case Global magazine.