Michael Keller has served as a judicial law clerk and attorney advisor with the US Department of Justice since 2014. In 2014, he graduated from Washington and Lee University School of Law, where he served as a student attorney in the Immigrant Rights Clinic and as Submissions Editor of the German Law Journal. He received a BA in Human Ecology from College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine in 2009. Traveling on a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship in 2009/2010, Michael explored refugee sense of place in Sweden, Denmark, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Ecuador. As a Charlottesville, Virginia native, he was involved with the International Rescue Committee as an intern and volunteer in assisting resettled refugees for over a decade. As a Davis Project for Peace recipient, he conducted and exhibited a photo-documentary regarding resettled refugees in 2008, titled Asylum & Acceptance: Seeking peace in Charlottesville, Virginia. Michael is a Humanity in Action Senior Fellow (New York Fellowship 2008).
Updated May 2019
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