Timothy Waters

Waters graduated from Harvard Law School in 1999. Prior to, and after his graduation, Waters has worked on issues of democratic transition, discrimination against minorities and self-determination in Eastern and Central Europe, having spent time in Turkey, Hungary and Croatia. While at Harvard, Waters will research two issues: the first concerns the development of a legal and rhetorical critique of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the second addresses the Islamic legal doctrines and practice of dhimmah, to examine whether it may play a greater role in protecting the rights of non-Muslim minorities in Muslim states.