Devika Kamp, 2013, The Netherlands

Why I chose Fletcher: I gained a solid understanding of general public international law while obtaining my first LLM at Leiden University. However, I wanted to specialize further in international human rights law, and humanitarian law. At Fletcher, I get the chance to focus on those specific elements of international law. Additionally, Fletcher offers many courses that allow students to understand the wider context. For example, I am now taking Internal War and Conflict, which complements my previous courses in international humanitarian law.

On the diversity at Fletcher: The student diversity makes Fletcher a truly unique place: class discussions are very lively with people from so many different countries. In my class on Human Rights in the Arab Region, I believe about ten countries of the Middle East are represented. This makes Fletcher a great university to study international law and relations.

Favorite Magazine:

The Intelligent Optimist

Favorite movie:

Notting Hill

Favorite city:


Issue that brought you to Fletcher:

You can't study international law without understanding international politics!

Favorite place to study:

My apartment!

Fields of Study

  • International Organizations
  • Humanitarian Studies

Activities involved in at Fletcher

  • International Law Society
  • Harvard Law and International Development Society

Education before Fletcher

  • LL.B., Law, University of Utrecht
  • LL.M., Public International Law, Leiden University

Experience before Fletcher

  • Intern, Amnesty International, San Francisco

  • Legal Intern, Sjocrona Van Stigt Advocaten, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

  • Legal Intern, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia


  • Dutch
  • French
  • English