2017 Advocate Carlos R. Asúnsolo Morales most recently worked at the Research Center for the Teaching and Learning of the Law (CEEAD). The center’s mission is to transform legal education in Mexico to train lawyers to be committed to the rule of law and human rights in Mexico. Carlos and his team created a working group whose members come from civil society organizations and public institutions like the Supreme Court, the National Commission on Human Rights, and universities to develop a human rights educational model for law schools. Inspired by his HRAP experience, Carlos organized trips for Mexican law school deans to visit NYU and Columbia law schools, creating new conversations around the rule of law and human rights protection in and beyond the Mexican context. For many years, Carlos has volunteered at a migrant shelter where he informs residents of their rights.