Ottawa, ON, Canada
Andrew Coleman is a student-at-law at Champ and Associates, an employment and human rights firm based in Ottawa, Canada.
He previously served as advisor on human rights and the prevention and elimination of mass atrocities in the office of LGen the Honourable Roméo Dallaire, Ret'd, Senator, and recently received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Ottawa.
He has a Masters of Arts in Conflict Studies, with a specialty in the responsibility to protect and the prevention of mass atrocities generally. He contributed to the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect's 2010 statement at the United Nations' General Assembly informal and interactive debate on the responsibility to protect and has been published both nationally (The National Post, Embassy Magazine, and forthcoming in the National Journal of Constitutional Law) and internationally (Humanitäre Hilfe und staatliche Souveränität), and forthcoming in Human Rights Quarterly) on the responsibility to protect and other issues of international peace and security, as well as human rights and the rule of law.
Specialties: Research, drafting, editing, policy analysis, peace and conflict impact analysis, international human rights and criminal law, advocacy, correspondence, speech writing, alternative dispute resolution, administrative law, and human rights.