Azadah Raz Mohammad is a legal advisor for the Strategic Litigation Project at the Atlantic Council and a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne. She holds an LLM in international humanitarian law and human rights from the University of Essex, and a second LLM in international criminal law from Ohio State University where she was a Fulbright scholar. She has worked on humanitarian and human rights related projects in close collaboration with the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission and the Afghan Ministry of Justice, amongst others. She has also worked with the Administrative Office of the Afghan President and as an adjunct lecturer of law at American University of Afghanistan. In 2021, she co-founded the Ham Diley Campaign, a collective of human rights lawyers working to provide support to individuals at risk, mainly through advocacy and policy initiatives. The Ham Diley Campaign established the Afghanistan Support Clinic at the Monash Law Clinics where law students assist with research and drafting of memoranda for the Campaign lawyers and a handbook on accountability for atrocities committed by the Taliban under the principles of universal jurisdiction.