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Aaron Marr Page

Managing Attorney at Forum Nobis PLLC.

Phone: 202-618-2218
Fax: (202) 291-0136
E-mail:
aaron @ forumnobis.org



Biography

Aaron Marr Page is Managing Attorney at Forum Nobis PLLC, an international human rights and environmental litigation boutique based in Washington, D.C. Forum Nobis works directly with affected individuals and communities and with NGO partners, providing a range of legal counsel, consulting, and communications services to clients across the United States as well as in Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, India, Indonesia, and other countries. Since 2004, Mr. Page has worked with affected Ecuadorian communities in environmental litigation against Chevron Corporation. Before joining Forum Nobis, was with the law firm Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, where he specialized in investment treaty arbitration and human rights litigation. He has also worked for the South African Human Rights Commission in Cape Town, South Africa, and has lectured on human rights and international law at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito and The American University in Cairo. Mr. Page received his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School, where, among other activities, he organized and hosted the University's seminal 2004 symposium on Indigenous Peoples in International Fora. Before entering the legal profession, Mr. Page worked as a journalist at several national and international news and opinion magazines as well as online and television media. Mr. Page is fluent in Spanish.



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