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About 25% our firm's resources are dedicated to general and applied U.S. and international human rights research and advocacy, including evolving abuse of international norms in Florida and the rest of the United States.
Unfortunately, pragmatism and discretion require us to be limited in the information we share. All projects described below are those initiated by Junnier Law & Research P.A. We do not describe or discuss client-initiated projects.
We are working on four exciting projects that are being fully funded by Junnier Law & Research P.A. or Attorney Junnier.
Three involve field research in a developing part of the world. Two examine nonpolitical factors in understating past mass atrocity and the deterrence of future mass atrocity. The third concerns patterns in drug and human trafficking. One project aims to culminate with publication in a law journal, and the second will present our conclusions in a book written to be accessible and entertaining to nonlawyers. The third will be a database commercially and charitably available to academics and governments.
The fourth is the "LGBTQ+ Rights in Florida" project and it involves field research collecting first-person narratives of how the current Florida clawback of LGBTQ+ rights affect both the proponents of recent anti-LGBTQ+ laws and members of the LGBTQ+ community. This information will be used for a draft article and a public report.
Current Events, News, and Volunteer Opportunities about International Human Rights
Full Disclosure: Picture was taken outside of the unique "Skunk Ape Research Headquarters" in Everglades National Park
We are always looking for new volunteers to assist with our remote pro bono research program. We have a need for U.S. and international researchers, U.S. based activists, and researchers and U.S. based activism coordinators. We also have a specific need for those who are literate in multiple languages and those with a firm knowledge of Behavioral Law & Economics. We provide training and mentoring. Please note that volunteers are not eligible for research that requires travel other than for training..
Current research projects open to volunteers include: war crime deterrence theory, transnational organized crime and drug/human trafficking, mental health law, and the rights of the indigenous peoples of the U.S.
If you are interested in volunteering as a Junnier Law Human Rights Researcher or Activist, please submit the form below indicating your area of interest or expertise, your project area preference, and your country/state of residence in the message field. Also, please attach a copy of your CV. Due to the high volume of volunteer requests, please allow up to six weeks for a response.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of what we do, we can not offer a volunteer position to all applicants. For more information please contact Brian Bernardez at BBernardez@JunnierLaw.com
Due to the sensitive nature of international human rights research, we do not detail specific projects until their conclusion, and we never discuss research performed on behalf of clients. All foreign client projects and foreign research is of a nonpolitical nature with the exception of access to voting. Our political advocacy services are only available in the United States
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