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Energy, the Russian Federation Ministry of En- ergy, and the Tulsa College of Law.


After this presentation, the TU ILSA organization held an informational study abroad meeting for the first-year law students, as well as other in- terested law students, about the opportunities available to learn about other countries legal sys- tems.


Students who recently study abroad in Ireland discussed their experiences of learning the Irish and European legal system and interning with Irish barristers.


During the spring semester, TU ILSA had the op- portunity to host visiting Chinese professor, Chen Wenqin. During a presentation to ILSA members, Wenqin discussed the Chinese legal system and provided a riveting comparative analysis of the American legal system.


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Most recently, the University of Tulsa ILSA chap- ter hosted a reception for Dami Enioli. Dami Enio- li has worked with a variety of reputable criminal


defense departments. Dami received her LLB with honors at Brunel University in London in 2009 and went on to the BPP Law School of Lon- don for her Bar Competency training where she graduated in 2012. In 2011 and 2012 Dami worked for the BPP Innocence Project. At the BPP Inno- cence project Dami worked with a supervisor investigating cases of convicted persons who maintain innocence but have exhausted the initial appeals process. Most recently Dami has been working with the Tulsa Public Defender’s office in the Capital Crimes Division. Her reception was a celebration of all she has accomplished through her studies and a prospective legal analysis of capital crimes with an eye on global perception.


TRINITY ILS Trinity Law School


Santa Ana, California USA Demetris Blackman, President


On March 20, 2014 The State Bar of California – International Law Section presented the Careers in International Law and was co-sponsored by the International Law Society – Trinity Law School Chapter with the ABA – International Law Sec- tion. Admission to the event was free and lunch was provided by ILS – Trinity Law School Chap- ter.


Guest panelist were: Margrette Francisco of the Marvin Group, who gave a presentation on ca- reers in export law; Monica Lukoschek of the U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP, who discussed her experience as an immigration attorney from a corporate employer’s perspective; and Ross Me- ador of TechLaw, LLP, who provided the us with his experience of working as a business law at- torney in other countries. The moderator for the event was William Gay of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo.


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