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International Students & Alumni

International Internships

Pacific McGeorge School of Law students and recent graduates gain invaluable international experience through internships:

  • Yen Phan '12 , is serving as an intern at the International Law Institute-African Centre for Legal Excellence (ILI-ACLE) in Kampala, Uganda. She previously interned with International Bridges to Justice in Geneva and with the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague.
  • Jasmine Turner-Bond '11, interned with Judge Fausto Pocar in the Appeals Chamber of the ICTY during fall 2012. Judge Pocar is also a member of the Pacific McGeorge International Advisory Board.
  • Nicole Rangel '10, served a nine-month internship with Judge Fausto Pocar in the Appeals Chamber of the ICTY in 2011. Nicole previously interned with a defense counsel, Peter Robinson, at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR).
  • Jessica Asfour '11, interned from April-July 2012 in the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC). She previously spent the fall 2011 semester interning in a trial chamber at the ICTY and also interned with a defense counsel, Peter Robinson, at the ICTR.
  • Dominic Afzali interned at the ICC from October 2010 to February 2011. Dominic previously interned at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.
  • During the last academic year, Pacific McGeorge students or recent graduates who interned at the ICTY included: Yen Phan '12 , Danielle Wheeler '12, Gina Le '11 and Eric Papathakis '11, in Chambers; Adam Guernsey '11, in the Office of the Prosecutor.
  • Two alumni are working in international criminal tribunals: Cynthia Tai, '93 in the Office of the Prosecutor at the ICC and Lauren Tipton, '08 at the ICTR. Lauren made a guest appearance to talk with students in Professor McCaffrey’s Public International Law class.

Pacific McGeorge Students and International Moot Court Competitions