The Law School’s Sean O’Brien joined a panel discussion February 23 on the Snite Museum of Art Exhibit DIGNITY and its implications for international human rights. Three other panelists representing a cross-section of Notre Dame’s international institutes and centers also shared their perspectives on the University’s current and potential role in supporting international human rights. O’Brien is assistant director of the NDLS Center for Civil and Human Rights and concurrent assistant professor of law. Joining him on the panel were Allert Brown-Gort, Institute for Latino Studies; Anthony Monta, Nanovic Institute for European Studies, and Steve Reifenberg, Kellogg Institute for International Studies. The program was hosted by the Notre Dame International Office.