Juliet Sorensen is a Clinical Professor of Law with Northwestern Law School's Center for International Human Rights, where her interests include health and human rights, corruption, and international criminal law. Professor Sorensen is the founder and director of the Northwestern Access to Health Project, a global community-based partnership at the intersection of health, human rights, and development. Professor Sorensen is a member of the American Bar Association's Coronavirus Task Force and Working Group on Crimes against Humanity. She is the co-author of Public Corruption and the Law: Cases and Materials (West Academic 2017).
Walter J. Cummings Award for Pro Bono Service (2019); Mothers Opposed to Violence Everywhere Community Stars Award (2019); Excellence in Teaching Award, Northwestern University Master's in Public Health Program (2014, 2015)