Within the Eleanor Roosevelt Commission on Peace, the Legal Committee is a group designed with the primary goal of advising legal concerns in the General Assembly. In face of the current Refugee Crisis, the legal committee wishes to address the issue of international terrorism that affects population movement and the access and availability of humanity aid in regions with refugees.

Please access the background guide for this committee here. 


Caroline Rhodes


Caroline is a second year from Hopewell, Virginia. She is currently pursuing a major in Biochemistry and a minor in Spanish. When she is not in a chem lab, she enjoys hiking, playing tennis, working on political campaigns, and cheering on the UVA basketball team. Caroline was first involved with Model UN in high school and since has been involved with Model UN at UVA, with both VAMUN and VICS conferences. This is her first time chairing and she is excited to share this experience with you in her Legal committee!