Lynn Buzzard has had long-term engagement with lawyers, courts, and non-governmental organizations on global issues, including judicial independence, religious liberty, and refugee and asylum issues. His involvements over a 35-year span have included cases, conferences, teaching and advocacy in a wide range of contexts in countries including China, Russia, Mongolia, Armenia, Albania, Ecuador, Korea, and Georgia.
Before joining the Campbell University law faculty in 1985, he served for 15 years as the first executive director of the Christian Legal Society (CLS). He has been active in Advocates International, serving as chairman of the board overseeing a global network of lawyers addressing issues of judicial independence, peace-making, rule of law, and religious liberty through networks in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Europe.
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