Pawel ("Pavo") Lutomski holds a Ph.D. from Stanford and a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School. For more than ten years, he has taught in the program in International Relations at Stanford. He taught in the Politics Department at the University of San Francisco. He also worked as an attorney for such organizations as the international divisions of The Nature Conservancy and Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund (now Earthjustice) and is active in consulting on global civic education. His subject areas are international law and international relations, forced migrations, and German-Polish relations. His latest publication is entitled “'The Law Alleviates Concerns:’ Legal Dimensions of Polish-German Reconciliation.” He is co-editor of a volume entitled Population Resettlement in International Conflicts: A Comparative Study. Having spent the first 22 years of his life in Communist Poland, he left his home country to live first in (West) Berlin, then Sweden, before coming to the U.S. He calls himself a “grateful American citizen” and is a very happy (and lucky) San Francisco resident.