- Professors Linda Beale, Michael McIntyre and Alan Schenk serve as editors for the website Taxation and Development: Issues for Developing Countries. This site collects information that should be useful to countries seeking to implement a progressive development strategy in which taxation plays a prominent role. The current focus of the website is on information exchange and the problem of international tax evasion.
- Professor Noah Hall is the founding executive director of the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center, a non-profit environmental organization that provides legal assistance to community organizations, environmental NGOs and local, state and regional governments. Current Great Lakes Environmental Law Center projects involve transboundary pollution and water management, transnational environmental enforcement and public participation in international environmental governance. For more information, see the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center's website: www.glelc.org.
- Professor Noah Hall is the author of the Great Lakes Law blog, which covers "all things wet and legal in the Great Lakes region." Some regular topics of interest within international law include Canada and Transboundary Water Protection and Climate Change. Check out the blog at www.greatlakeslaw.org.
- Professor Peter Hammer began working on Cambodian human rights issues in 1993, serving as a monitor for the UNTAC-sponsored national elections. Since the founding of the Life & Hope Association in 2005, he has served on its Board of Directors, becoming Chairman of the Board in 2009. The Life & Hope Association (LHA) is an education-focused NGO run by the Buddhist monks of Wat Damnak in Siem Reap, Cambodia. LHA is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty by providing compassionate support and access to education to the poorest and most vulnerable in Cambodia. Read more about the Life & Hope Association