Moien Odeh is an international human rights lawyer, a research and teaching assistant, and PhD candidate at George Mason University, Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution. He represented Palestinians in leading public interest cases in Israeli courts and was a political and IHL advisor for diplomatic missions in Jerusalem and Ramallah. He is the founder and manager of the first legal clinic in East Jerusalem neighborhoods behind the Wall. He is also a member of Al-Shabaka Palestinian Policy Network, a member of the European Academy of Diplomacy and a member of “Young Legal Leaders” of the International Bar Association. He previously was Adjunct professor at Birzeit University and coached the first Palestinian team at the Vis Moot Court. Mr.Odeh was also a fellow at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and participated in the US State Department’s “Leaders for Democracy Fellowship” on the theme of conflict resolution. He regularly comments on related issues in various Middle Eastern and US media.