About Us


The 2001-2002 Board

The LL.M. Executive Board is an association formed by the students actively enrolled in the International Legal Studies Program at American University, Washington College of Law (WCL) and it is ruled by all WCL regulations, guidelines and policies. The Board is not only a fundamental component of the program but also the most authentic tool LL.M. Executive Board students have to participate in the school and to share their experiences and ideas.

LL.M. Executive Board Members 2002:

  • President: Tomas Socias

  • Vice-President: Mi-Sun Jang

  • Secretary: Chen-Yu "Blake" Wang

  • Treasurer: Luis Alberto "Beto" Dias

Mission

The objective of the association is to promote communication and social exchange among its members and the law school community. The association provides a forum for sharing ideas, expectations, concerns and experiences associated with the program and its development. It also seeks to maintain contact with alumni/alumnae of the program and to generate publicity for the program.

The goals of the LL.M. Executive Student Board:

  • To promote communication and social exchanges within our community

  • To provide a forum to share ideas and experiences of the Program and its development

  • To seek to maintain contact with Alumni of the program

  • To generate publicity for the program

  • To organize symposiums, panels and other activities

  • Commencement Day

Bylaws

Team Leaders

The vision of the 2002 LL.M. Executive Board has been to incorporate interested students to participate with elected members in running the LL.M. Executive Board. In order to achieve this, the Board has created "Project Leaders" that are ultimately responsible for each project. Due to the large diversity, excellent backgrounds, and the renown of the school, the Board considers all students as leaders of their countries. We, as students need to show these leadership skills in our daily activities to build up our careers. Our leaders are listed below: