Racine Ramhurry (2017)

Johannesburg , ZAF
Racine Ramhurry is a South African attorney and a Franklin Thomas and Michigan Grotius Fellow who she recently graduated with an LL.M from the University of Michigan Law School. Racine previously worked as an attorney in South Africa where she provided assistance to asylum seekers, indigent communities faced with eviction, and victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse, and rape. She served as Law Clerk to Chief Justice Mogoeng at the Constitutional Court from 2015 - 2016. Racine is passionate about defending the rights of women and children, particularly in the face of the increase in human trafficking, child abuse, violent rape and gender inequality in a globalized economy.