Connect with Summer Ambassadors

Wondering what it's like to brief your first case, conduct legal research for a federal agency, or represent your first client? How can you balance studying for classes, working at an externship or for a law clinic and still have time for a social life? Here's an opportunity to connect with a recent graduate to ask about their experiences at the Washington College of Law and their life in Washington, DC. From mid-May through mid-August, 2022 these graduating students will staff our JD Office of Admissions reception desk and lead our summer tours.  They'll be working part-time for Admissions while studying for the bar exam. Feel free to contact them at their email addresses in their bios or by calling the JD Admissions main phone line at 202-274-4101.  Please note, that it may take a few business days for them to respond to emails sent to their student ambassador Gmail account.

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Samora Bazil

Samora BaZil (She/her/hers)

  • Class of 2022
  • Program Type: Full-Time
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  • Hometown, State: Sunrise, Florida
  • Undergraduate School: University of Florida
  • Major: Political Science and International Studies: Europe

Why did you choose to attend AUWCL? I chose WCL because of its location and the kindness of its staff. Being in DC was important to me. I wanted to have access to the opportunities that are only available here. When deciding on schools in DC, I came to a fair at WCL and realized how amazing and welcoming everyone was. It gave me the opportunity to see that I would be well supported during my law school journey.

What is your current campus involvement? As a 1L, I was a junior staffer on the Arbitration Brief. During 2L, I was Chief-of-Staff for the Black Law Students Association. Currently, I am on the Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society as a mediator, and this year as the Tournaments Director. Additionally, I am the Special Events and Marketing Coordinator for the Family Law Society. I am also a student-attorney in the Gender Justice Clinic.

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Jared Green

Jared Green (He/Him/His)

  • Class of 2022
  • Program Type: Full-Time
  • Email Address:
  • Hometown, State: Canton, North Carolina
  • Undergraduate School: The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Major: International Studies and Spanish

Why did you choose to attend AUWCL? I chose WCL because of its location in Washington, DC. I wanted to be in DC because of all of the excellent opportunities to intern with various international and governmental organizations, such as the World Bank and the US Department of Justice. I also chose WCL because of its highly ranked program in public international law. The professors in this department are practitioners who have worked on amazing projects during their careers. They are truly what sets our school apart and are an amazing resource for students. I also chose WCL because of its reputation in the DC region as a public-interest law school.

What is your current campus involvement? Currently, I serve on The American University International Law Review as the Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Book Editor. This position provides me with the opportunity to improve my legal writing and editing skills, as well as the opportunity to mentor other law students. I also participate in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society where I compete in an annual international mediation competition hosted in Sao Paulo, Brazil.