Peter Chapman is a consultant with the Justice Reform Group of the World Bank. His work with the Justice for the Poor program focuses on justice reform and governance, primarily in West Africa and East Asia & Pacific. From 2009 to 2011, Pete coordinated a legal empowerment and local justice program in Liberia with The Carter Center. Prior to that, he worked on issues of accountability, human rights and civil society in Cambodia and East Africa along with environmental law in the United States. Pete has a JD, cum laude, and MA in international affairs from American University in Washington DC.
- A role for justice in poverty alleviation: The World Bank’s new strategy for justice reform
- Hybrid Courts in East Asia & Pacific: Does the international community have a role to play?
- Hybrid Courts in East Asia & Pacific: A recipe for success?
- History of Hybrid Courts in East Asia & Pacific: A ‘best fit’ approach to justice reform?
- Towards justice in development