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Email Etiquette: Technical Aspects

A question I’ve struggled with the most since entering law school (among many) is how to properly email people.  Learning how to draft an email is one of the most important skills a law student can develop. First, we will tackle the technical aspects. 1.  Have a professional email address Avoid email addresses that are […]

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Profile: Christina Leb, Ph.D. Candidate in International Water Law

Before I left for Geneva, Professor Schlemmer-Schulte gave me a list of contacts she knew in Geneva.  The contacts are all lawyers employed in different areas throughout Geneva.  I have been arranging lunch and coffee dates with all of them to hear more about their career pathways. My first lunch date was with Christina Leb.  […]

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Seminar on Preventing and Responding to Genocide and Mass Atrocities

I attended the Genocide Prevention Seminar over the past two days. The United Nations Office of the Special Advisers on the Prevention of Genocide and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy invited  several NGOs around Geneva to discuss effective and practical means for all key stakeholders to contribute to preventing genocide and mass atrocities. Two […]

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Paper Chase Pt. 2

I promise not all my postings will be about paperwork.  This one will be a fun one with cool links. I’ll also do it in list form for those of us who cannot process paragraphs because it is summer. Here are a few sites that I find helpful when filling out paperwork for visas, applications, […]

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Paper Chase Pt. 1

I thought a lot about what I would like my very first blog post to be.  I thought about it as a TV pilot where I should introduce myself in a way that is fun, exciting, and will keep you coming back for more. Then I figured, we’ll have plenty of time to get to […]

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