Amal Sethi is a Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania where he researches on comparative constitutionalism with an emphasis on courts, constitutions, and democracy. Amal has been involved in several capacities with different governmental and inter-governmental agencies ranging from USAID and the US Department of Commerce to UNESCO, UNDP, UN Women, UNHCHR, and The SDG Fund. He has advised sovereign governments on constitution-making and at international tribunals such as the International Court of Justice. Currently, Amal also serves on the board of the non-profit Dagar-Pathway which works towards prisoner rehabilitation. Amal obtained his Doctorate and Masters from the University of Pennsylvania. During his time at Penn, Amal was appointed as a Legal Writing Fellow and was selected as a Fellow with the Salzburg Cutler Fellows Program and The Global Women Leadership Project.