Professor Brennan is currently practicing as appellate counsel at The Legal Aid Society here in New York. Her work on minorities addresses an important gap in the field of international law and human rights. Her dissertation The Fate of Minorities: The UN Endeavor to Create a Minority Protection Regime was on the subject of minorities, minority rights and the evolution of a minority rights regime under the auspices of the United Nations. While she remains interested in minority rights, her dissertation also piqued her interest in the discrete but closely related topic of the rights of indigenous peoples.
The University of Utah B.A., Political Science and Philosophy
New York University, School of Law J.D.
Tufts University, The Fletcher Schol of Law and Diplomacy M.A., Law and Diplomacy Ph.D., International Relations