Meet our ILSP Students
The International Legal Studies LL.M. Program at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. is one of the top programs in the United States and is renowned worldwide. For more than 30 years, the Program has been at the forefront of international legal education. The resources and opportunities available at the law school are one-of-a-kind — from externships with leading organizations to renowned faculty who are deeply involved in the international community.
International Legal Studies Program: Spring 2013 LLM Executive Board
Hi LLM students!
The LLM Board is pleased to welcome you to Washington College of Law (WCL). We hope you have a great time during your studies and that you are able to take full advantage of this amazing program. Since most of you are new in town, don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. We are also your connection with the school; therefore, you can pass by our office or write us an email at anytime.
Hope you enjoy this experience!!
The LLM Board
WCL Room 609
International Student Lounge
Telephone: (202) 274-4485
Meet the Spring 2013 LLM Board
Adalberto Méndez López | Mexico
Rana Younes | Egypt
I am an Egyptian lawyer and a current LLM Candidate with specialization in Human Rights. I am enrolled too as an LLM student in the International and Comparative Law Program at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. I have more than five years of professional experience in the development field in Egypt and I worked with different NGO’s as Save The Children UK and USAID in the creation of funded projects.
Cristian Sánchez Delgado | Mexico
I am a lawyer from Mexico graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana and an LLM Candidate with specialization in International Business. In my professional experience, I worked doing some pro-bono work on the Ministry of Communications and Transportation in Mexico and I worked too as a law clerk in the Mexican office of White and Case, LLP. I currently work for the Section of Civil and Financial litigation of the Attorney Legal Department of the Mexican Central Bank.
Rodrigue Ekongolo | Cameroon
I am a lawyer from Cameroon and a currently LLM student doing my specialization in Environmental Law. Previously, I worked in different Law Firms in Cameroon specialized in corporate issues and also I worked in the National Children Center as a social aid counselor. I have been also involved in several business and investment projects in my home country and abroad.
Isabel Erreguerena | Mexico
I am a lawyer from Mexico and a currently LLM candidate with specialization in Human Rights. I am currently working as a Foreign Legal Specialist in the Public International Law and Policy Group and I write biweekly columns on international affairs for the magazine “Factor Internacional” and in the WCL Human Rights Brief. Previously, I worked on different research projects regarding the National Human Rights Commission in Mexico and I worked too in the legal area of the Permanent Mission of Mexico to the UN in New York City.
Marine de Bailleul | France
I am a lawyer from France and a currently LLM Candidate with specialization in International Business. I had been since high school mostly abroad, living in different countries as Argentina, United Kingdom and India. I studied law in Paris in the Nanterre University, and I completed a first year of Master in Business Law.
Youssef Hitti | Lebanon
I am a French lawyer and I am a currently LLM student with specialization in Human Rights. In 2010, I did an internship in the Diplomatic Mission of Lebanon before the UN, as a legal advisor, at the time, that Lebanon was member of the UN Security Council. The Lastyear I worked in a law firm, which was the advisor of the President of Ivory Coast, Alassane Ouattara, and I am a member of AJL, (Lawyers and Jurists for Lebanon), a legal association that organizes conferences regarding the Lebanese judicial system.
Melisnaz Çolak | Turkey
I am a Turkish lawyer graduated from Yeditepe University in Istanbul. I am a current LLM student in the Washington College of Law of American University and I am doing my specialization in Intellectual Property.
INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES PROGRAM
- 126 LLM Candidates from 48 Countries
- 12 Humphrey Fellows from 11 Countries
- 36 Visiting Scholars from 14 Countries
- 5 Certificate Exchange Students from 4 Countries
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International Legal Studies Program
American University Washington College of Law
4801 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20016
- University of Oslo - Norway
- Utrecht University - The Netherlands
- University of Western Ontario - Canada
- Universidad del Rosario - Colombia
- Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows
Scholarships and Sponsoring Organizations
- ILSP Alumni Fund Scholarships (AFS)
- ILSP Summer Academy Scholarship
- ILSP Inter-American Moot Court Scholarship
- ILSP Tuition Remission
- Becas Chile
- Disability Rights Scholarship Program
- Fulbright Scholarships
- Government Scholarships
- Grossman Scholarship
- Junior Faculty Development Program
- Middle Eastern Rule of Law
- New Israel Fund Scholarships
- Open Society Institute
- Organization of American States Scholarships
- Palestinian Rule of Law
- Private Employer Scholarships
- Public-Private Partnership for Judicial Reform in Afghanistan
- Tibet Fund
- Women's Health & Human Rights Scholarship
49 Languages Spoken by ILSP Candidates
ILSP Gender Distribution
- Female: 99
- Male: 80