TLS Student Fellow
Aaron McDuffie is a third-year JD/MA student concentrating in U.S. foreign policy and national security. He is primarily interested in foreign affairs, military policy, international trade law, and space law. While in law school, Aaron interned with the Corporate Counsel Women of Color and the Truman National Security Project. His work includes papers on the impact of paid and unpaid internships in foreign policy and their impact on diversity, blog posts on disinformation's effects and possible recourses, and conducting an independent study examining content moderation's potential role in combatting domestic terrorism. At WCL, Aaron has been a part of the Black Law Students Association, Council on Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Justice, and a junior staffer and blog editor for the National Security Law Brief. Prior to attending American University, Aaron worked in investment banking and insurance after graduating cum laude with a B.A. in Studies in War & Peace from Norwich University as a member of its Corps of Cadets.