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New York University Law School, New York, NY J.D. candidate, May 2000
Honors. Journal for International Law and Politics. Articles Editor
International Law Society. Executive Board Member
Awards. Alexander Berlin and Martin Lipton Scholarship
Fellowship with the International Law Commission, United Nations, Geneva.
Global Law School Fellowship for Travel and Research: Effectiveness of OSCE in BiH.
City College of New York, New York, NY
B.A. in International Relations, with honors, summa cum laude, June 1997. GPA: 3.95.
Substantial additional coursework in economics and theater. Financed 100% of educational and living expenses.
Honors thesis: Intellectual Property Rights in China (P.R.C.).
Awards: Phi Beta Kappa June, 1997. Various excellence awards and medals.
Fudan University Shanghai, P. R. of China
One-year study abroad program. Completion of a one-year language study program. Thesis research. 1995/96
Preparatory Commission for the International Criminal Court UN Headquarters, NYC
Legal Advisor. Delegation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Negotiated provisions on Elements of Crimes, Rules of Procedure and
Evidence on behalf of BiH. Focused on Part 2 of the Statute and questions of participation of victims and witnesses and consent to sexual crimes. February 1999 - ongoing engagement.
International Crisis Group Humanitarian Law Documentation Project Kosovo
Legal Expert. Investigated and supervised documentation of war crimes committed in the Prizren area. The project aimed to support
the ICTY in the identification of individual witnesses to be interviewed by ICTY investigators, reconstructing the events in Kosovo, and provide a comprehensive overview of violations of international criminal law. The two essential components were to gather the information and to standardize all the information gathered on a central database. August 1999 - November 1999.
O'Melveny & Myers NY, Shanghai
Summer Associate. Worked on pro bono asylum case and regulatory issues involving the Chinese government. Summer 1999.
United Nations Secretariat UN Legal Department, NYC
Intern. Monitored the General Assembly 6th Committee. Analyzed delegations' statements in preparation of the PrepCom in Feb 1999.
Rome Conference on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court United Nations, Rome
Legal Fellowship. Served as deputy of the NGO Coalition's Team on Penalties at the UN Conference for the Establishment of an International Criminal Court in Rome. Summer 1998.
UN International Law Commission Geneva, Switzerland
Assistant to Professor Bruno Simma. Summarized the ILC's work on diplomatic protection and unilateral acts for the Nordic Journal of International Law. Summer 1998.
Fudan University English Conversation Class, Shanghai, P.R.C.
Teacher. Lectured on American culture to Chinese law students. Planned and monitored English conversation on a wide variety of
topics ranging from AIDS or Halloween. Fall 1995.
LANGUAGES: Fluent in German and English; good knowledge of Chinese and French; knowledge of Russian and Greek.
Articles: A Response to the American View on the ICC with Prof. Hafner et al. European Journal for International Law. 1999
Forthcoming: The Role of the Security Council in the ICC. NYU Law School JILP. Fall 2000.
Books: Edited with Roy Lee et al. the book on The ICC. Kluwer Publishing House. Summer 1999.
Journals: Country Updates. Eastern European Constitutional Review. Fall 1998, Spring 1999.
Book Annotations. NYU Law School Journal for International Law and Politics. Spring 1999.