House Comar

Who We Are

We are a private consultancy that advises on the world's most stubborn challenges

What We Do

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private diplomacy

We act as attach├ęs for private parties who need representation in political and legal crises, anywhere in the world.

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social impact

We advise on social impact strategy through a unique combination of social and legal consulting.

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legal advocacy

We act as counsel (through Comar Law) in U.S. courts for parties seeking to push the law in positive ways.

Global Reach

Through our partnership with Impact Hub, we have access to a global network of social impact changemakers and work space in 66 offices (and counting) in every continent.

Our Work

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the legality of the iraq war

House Comar's work on the legality of the Iraq War could have historic reach

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the legality of the UPP

House Comar's attempt to further freedom of speech and assembly in South Korea

Blog

Check out our latest blog posts.

Dec

29

2014

Why we should care about the dissolution of the UPP in South Korea

Earlier this month, the Unified Progressive Party (the UPP), the third largest political party in South Korea, was dissolved by the Korean Constitutional Court as constituting a “threat to the democratic order”. The UPP advocated for peaceful reconciliation with the North and immediate dialogue. It was accused of acting as a fifth column in South […]

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Dec

28

2014

100 years after the Christmas Truce

The Christmas Truce in World War I , in which soldiers in opposing armies laid down their arms to observe Christmas, is a story that is largely forgotten by history. This year marks the 100 year anniversary of the Christmas Truce. This forgetting is unfortunate: The Christmas Truce is a reminder that most people, perhaps […]

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Dec

28

2014

A New Year

I want to bring this blog back to life in the New Year with thoughts and writings that may not fit in with my law practice. I am really hopeful that I can use this blog to express more personal views on society, politics, and spirit in a manner that is both respectful of others […]

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May

05

2014

Reexamining the death penalty

The execution of Clayton Lockett on April 29, 2014 calls for serious reexamination of the death penalty. Lockett was to be executed for his role in a rape and murder of an 18 year old woman. Lockett reportedly writhed for close to an hour as executioners struggled to make the cocktail of drugs enter his […]

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Apr

05

2014

Tech needs a strong California

I don’t agree with venture capitalist Tim Draper’s plan to split California into six different states. But I do think there is a lot of value in thinking and imagining different types of political structures for California. California doesn’t need to be split up. California needs to be strengthened. In fact, a thriving tech industry […]

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Apr

04

2014

Senate report paints grim picture on torture

While the Senate moved only yesterday to declassify some of its report relating to the CIA’s use of torture during the Bush era, contents of the report have already been leaked. They paint a grim and disturbing picture of the crimes that were committed by government agencies at least in the previous decade. These crimes […]

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