Robert K McAndrews
|Resume:||Robert K McAndrews [DOC 39KB]|
|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|3190||S1||SWK880R||International Travel and Seminar|
|3236||S1||SWK854||Policies and Services for Older Adults and End-of-Life Care|
|3239||S3||SWK856||Conducting Social Work Research|
|3244||S7||SWK856||Conducting Social Work Research|
|3912||D1||SWK875||Directed Study in Social Work|
|3961||01||SWK515||Directed Study in Social Work|
New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts
J.D., May 2002
Concentration: International Law
Syracuse University, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse, New York
Ph.D., Social Science, August 1985
Concentration: Public Policy
Syracuse University, School of Social Work, Syracuse, New York
M.S.W., Social Work, May 1971Concentration: Community Organization and Planning
Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project, Boston, Massachusetts (2003-present)– an independent, non-profit corporation providing legal services to asylum seekers.
North Shore Community Mediation, Salem, Massachusetts (1995-present): Volunteer mediator in Salem District Court and Lynn Juvenile Court.<>
ASAPROSAR Development Fund, Inc., Beverly, Massachusetts - an independent, non-profit corporation providing material and financial support to ASAPROSAR (the Spanish acronym for the Salvadoran Association for Rural Health) in Santa Ana, El Salvador. Founding member, Board member since 1995.The Holocaust Center, Boston North Inc., Peabody, Massachusetts - an independent, non-profit corporation providing educational services concerning the Holocaust, genocide, human rights, and bigotry. President, Board of Directors since 1998.
Physicians for Human Rights, Boston, Massachusetts – Human rights investigations and advocacy; member of the International Forensics Program, Disappeared Persons.<> <>
Pro-Búsqueda Association, San Salvador, El Salvador – Human rights investigations and advocacy for disappeared persons; liaison representative for Salvadoran-Americans residing in the United States.
Salem State College, School of Social Work and the Interdisciplinary Studies Department, Salem, Massachusetts, Professor of Social Work, (1992-present).
Social Work Courses: Practice II (macro): Human and Cultural Diversity; Older Adult and End-of-Life Care Policies and Programs; Social Research; Social Work and Law; Conflict Resolution.Interdisciplinary Studies Courses: Post-WWII Genocides; Human Rights and International Law; Genocide, War Crimes, and International Law.
Asylum Law Reform, New England Journal of International & Comparative Law, 8 (2002):103-124.
Memorandum of Law: International Law and State Practice Concerning Exclusions From RefugeeProtection of Accused Persons, Rwandan War Crimes Prosecution Office,Arusha, Tanzania, April 2002.
Panelist: HarvardUniversity Committee onHuman RightsStudies,Conference: “Children Without a State: A HumanRightsChallenge,” June2008.Paperand Panelist: 2007 Policy Conference, Washington D.C.: “The Detention and Deportation of AsylumSeekers,” May 2007.
Paper:TheCenter for New North Carolinians, University ofNorthCarolina,Greensboro: “Critical Issues of Immigration, RefugeeandAsylumReform,” October 2007.
Article: SalemStatement: “El Salvador’s Civil War and thePursuit of Justice,” Fall 2007.
American and Massachusetts Bar Associations
American Society of International Law
American Immigration Lawyers Association
National Lawyers Guild