Alejandro, a Mexican national, received his LL.M from University of Chicago Law School in June 2001. Alejandro received his J.D. equivalent at the Universidad Tecnológica de México in August 1997. He has worked as a Foreign Associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York; as a Senior Legal Counsel at the Banco Nacional de México; and as a Legal Analysis Department Leader for the Secretaria de la Reforma Agraria.
| ||Sheetal Asrani-Dann|
Sheetal, an Indian national, received her LL.M from Harvard Law School in June 2001. Sheetal received her LL.B from Bangalore University in India. Most recently she was a Visiting Research Fellow at Harvard Law School. She has also worked as an Attorney at Alternative Law Form in Bangalore; as an Associate for Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson in New York; and as an Intern for the National Human Rights Commission in New Delhi.
| ||Evarist Baimu|
Evarist Baimu, a Tanzanian national, received his LL.M from Harvard Law School in June 2004. Evarist received an LL.B from the University of Dar es Salaam in June 1999 and is currently an LL.D candidate at the University of Pretoria. He has worked as a Consultant at the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD); as a Research Associate at the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria; and as a Consultant for the United Nations Commissioner for Human Rights.
| ||Aras Berenjforoush|
Aras Berenjforoush, an Iranian and Australian national, received his LL.M from Columbia University School of Law in May 2004. Aras received his Bachelor of Laws and Bachelors of Arts from the University of Sydney in 2003 and 2001, respectively. His work experience includes conducting legal research at the University of Sydney; interning at the United Nations, Executive Office of the Secretary General; and clerking at Hicksons Lawyers in Sydney.
| ||El Cid Butuyan|
El Cid Butuyan, a Philippine lawyer, received his LLM from Harvard in June 2004. El Cid received his BA and LLB (with distinction) degrees from the University of the Philippines College of Law in 1994 and 1999, respectively. His work experience includes clerking on the Supreme Court of the Philippines from 1999-2000; serving as a private prosecutor in the Presidential Impeachment Tribunal in 2000; and 3 years litigating civil, criminal and commercial cases as an associate with Villaraza and Angangco law firm in the Philippines.
| ||May Khalife|
May Khalife, a Lebanese national, received her LL.M from Harvard Law School in June 2004. May received a Diploma of Information Technology Law from Saint Joseph University jointly with Montpellier I University in July 2000. She also completed a DEA/MA in Private Law and a Lebanese Masters of Laws from Saint Joseph University in November 1997 and June1994, respectively. Her work experience includes five years as an Associate at Raphaël & Associates, an affiliate of Ernst & Young, as well as three years as a Trainee Lawyer at Mohammed & Rabeh Mattar Law Firm in Beirut.
Susan, an Australian national, received her LL.M in international law from Georgetown University Law Center in May 2001. Susan received her Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts in Modern Asian Studies from Griffith University in 1998. Most recently she was an associate in the Structured Finance & Securitisation Group at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London. Her other work experience includes practicing law with Squire, Sanders & Dempsey in Washington and Blake Dawson Waldron in Sydney.
| ||Annemarie Mecca|
Annemarie Mecca, a Kenyan national, received her LL.M from Harvard Law School in June 2004. Annemarie received an LL.B from the University of Nairobi in November 2000. She has worked as a Legal Officer at the Labour Awareness & Resource Programme in Nairobi; as a Law Lecturer at the Kenya School of Professional Studies; and as an Intern at the International Commission of Jurists.
| ||Selpha Nyairo|
Selpha, an Kenyan national, received her LL.M from George Washington University in August 2003. Selpha received her LL.B from the University of Anglia and her Diplome d'Etudes Juridiques Francaises in June 1996 and September 1995, respectively. Her most recent work experience includes five years as a Program Assistant at the World Bank.
| ||Mathew Parish|
Mathew, a British national, received his LL.M from the University of Chicago Law School in June 2004. Mathew received his J.D. equivalent from The College of Law in London and his B.A. and M.A. in Philosophy at Christ's College, Cambridge University in 1998 and 1996, respectively. His work experience includes practicing law at Lovells, London and at 20 Essex Street Chambers, as well as clerking for the Advocate-General at the European Court of Justice.
| ||Tanusri Prasanna|
Tanusri Prasanna, an Indian national, received her LL.M from Harvard Law School in June 2004. Tanusri received her B.C.L. from the University of Oxford in July 2003 and her B.A. LL.B. from the National Law School of India in August 2002. Her work experience includes interning at Pathak and Associates in Bombay, at the High Court of Gujarat, and at Luthra and Associates in Delhi.
| ||Kirsten Burghardt Propst|
Kirsten Burghardt Propst, a Belgian and German national, received her LL.M from Georgetown University Law Center in May 2001. Kirsten received her German J.D. equivalent at the Universität zu Köln and her French J.D. equivalent at Université de Paris I in October 1999 and July 1997, respectively. For the past three years, she has worked as an International Trade Advisor at Hogan & Hartson. L.L.P. in Washington. Other work experience includes legal research for Wilmer Cutler & Pickering in Brussels and the European Commission.
| ||Martin Serrano|
Martin Serrano, an Argentine national, received his LL.M from Harvard Law School in June 2004. Martin received his J.D. equivalent at the University of Buenos Aires in November 1999. Martin most recently worked as an Associate at Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal and has also worked as an Associate for Perez Alata, Grondona, Arnsten & Martinez de Hoz in Buenos Aires. Other work experience include pro-bono legal counseling at the Center for Legal and Social Studies in Argentina.
| ||Agata Waclawik|
Agata Waclawik, a Polish national, received her LL.M from Harvard Law School in June 2004. Agata received her J.D. equivalent at Jageillonian University in June 2001 and is currently a doctoral candidate for the European Graduate Program of the University of Heidelberg, University of Mainz and Jageillonian University. Her work experience includes researching at the Polish-German Center for Banking Law; lecturing at the Center for Foreign Legal Studies; and teaching at the Civil Law Clinic in Krakow.
| ||Xilin Zheng|
Xilin Zheng, a Chinese national, received his LL.M from Yale Law School this year. Xilin received his LL.B. and Master of Law from Wuhan University School of Law in 1992 and 1995, respectively. Xilin has served as Senior Legal Consultant at Jin Tai Law Firm in Beijing; as the Deputy Director for the Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Macao Special Administrative Region; and as an Attaché for the Department of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China.
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Updated as of: November 11, 2005