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Kevin Miller is a third-year law stu- dent at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he is a member of the Journal of Law and Public Policy and the Bennett Inn of Court. Prior to attending law school, he worked for several technology companies, including Microsoft, and founded his own software company.

Laurie Abbott recently graduated Order of the Coif from the S.J. Quin- ney College of Law at the University of Utah. She is currently clerking for Justice Jill N. Parrish at the Utah Supreme Court. After her clerkship, she will work as an associate at Parr Brown Gee & Loveless in Salt Lake City.


Kaitlin Ball is a third-year law stu- dent at the University of Georgia and the student president of the Inter- national Law Students Association. While at UGA, Kaitlin has served as a research assistant for the Special Advisor on Children in and Affected by War to the International Criminal Court. completed a summer with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe’s Mission to Bosnia, and served in the State De- partment’s Office of the Legal Ad- viser.

Rachel Catlett is a second-year law student at Washburn University School of Law. While at Washburn University School of Law, she has served as the Vice-President for the Washburn Intellectual Property Law Society. She will be spending her Spring 2014 semester studying abroad at Maastricht University, in Maastricht, Netherlands.

Steven Wu is a second-year law student at the University of Kansas School of Law, where he is the Presi- dent of the Asian Law Student Asso- ciation and the Vice President of the International Law Society. Currently, he works at the Department of Jus- tice’s Executive Office for Immigra- tion Review and conducts research on Chinese law. He will participate on the University of Kansas’s 2013- 2014 Jessup International Moot Court team.

Pinky Mehta is a second-year law student at the University of Penn- sylvania Law School. At Penn Law, she is involved with the Journal of International Law, Jessup Moot Court, International Human Rights Advocates, Iraqi Refugee Assistance Program, and South Asian Law Stu- dents Association. Last summer, she was an International Summer Human Rights Fellow at the United Nations Office of the High Commis- sioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland.

Joshua Ash is a second-year law student at West Virginia University College of Law. Ash holds Bachelor’s degrees in Environmental Geosci- ence, World Languages, and Interna- tional Studies. While at West Virginia University College of Law, he has done research for the Center for En- ergy and Sustainable Development, as well as working at the National Research Center for Coal and En- ergy. Ash has studied in France, the United Arab Emirates, Malawi, and Brazil.

Saiena Shafiezadeh is a second- year law student at The John Mar- shall Law School. She currently serves as an intern for the Interna- tional Law Student Association and is a law clerk for the Cook County Public Defender’s. At school, she is the Vice President of Amnesty Inter- national and the Fundraising Chair of Middle Eastern Law Student Asso- ciation. She is also a member of the Trial Advocacy and Dispute Resolu- tion Honors Council.

Tia L. Haywood is a second-year law student at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. While at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, she has clerked for Judge Carolyn B. Friedland of the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court, interned at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Cer- tified Grievance Committee, and serves as the Treasurer of Black Law Student’s Association.

Blake Evans is a third-year law stu- dent at the University of Georgia School of Law. While at the Univer- sity of Georgia School of Law, he has served on Professor Diane Amann’s select team in support of her role as the International Criminal Court’s Special Adviser on Children in and affected by Armed Conflict, com- pleted summer associate positions for Langdale Vallotton in Valdosta, GA and Fernando Scornik Gerstein in Madrid, Spain, and co-founded his school’s chapter of the Hispanic Law Students Association.

ILSA Quarterly » volume 22 » issue 1 » October 2013

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