Arturo J. Carrillo is Clinical Professor of Law and Founding Director of the Civil and Human Rights Law Clinic (formerly the International Human Rights Clinic) at The George Washington University Law School. Professor Carrillo co-directs GW Law School’s Global Internet Freedom Project, and previously sat on the Board of the Global Network Initiative as an academic representative. Before joining the faculty at GW Law in 2003, Professor Carrillo served as the acting director of the Human Rights Clinic at Columbia Law School, where he was a Lecturer in Law and the Henkin Senior Fellow with Columbia’s Human Rights Institute. Prior to entering the academy, he worked as a legal advisor on human rights for the United Nations, as well as for prominent non-governmental organizations in his native Colombia. Professor Carrillo's research, writing and advocacy focus largely on the intersection of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and human rights, advocating for the promotion and defense of Internet freedom principles worldwide. His recent publications examine the challenges of online regulation of personal data and expression through the lens of international and comparative law.