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Dana Zartner

Adjunct Professor

Dana Zartner is an assistant professor (tenure-track) in the International Studies Program, in addition to being an adjunct professor at USF’s School of Law. Professor Zartner spent five years working in the field of immigration law, and has previously taught at Tulane University Law School and Golden Gate University Law School. She specializes in international and comparative law, and her research specifically looks at the role of legal culture and different legal traditions in shaping legal processes, as well as the relationship between domestic and international law in the areas of human rights and the environment. Her book Courts, Codes, and Custom: Legal Tradition and State Policy Toward International Human Rights and Environmental Law was recently released by Oxford University Press. She has published articles in Human Rights Review, International Political Science Review, Indiana International and Comparative Law Review, San Diego International Law Journal, Maine Law Review, and Colorado Journal of Environmental Law & Policy. Professor Zartner is also a coach for the USF Jessup International Law Moot Court team, as well as a volunteer for the regional and international rounds of the Jessup competition. She received her JD with a concentration in International Law from Boston University and her PhD in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations from UC Davis.

Education
  • BA, Hamline University
  • JD, Boston University
  • MA, Boston University
  • PhD, UC Davis
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