Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Class Notes

David NewmanDavid Newman ’12 has been working for New York University’s Stern School of Business Professor Jonathan Haidt at EthicalSystems.org and will be starting a PhD in Organizational Behavior this fall. He has published his first novella, in what he hopes will be a three-book series, at the Kindle story. Best of luck, David!

 

 

 

Dimitrios Estaphaniou children

 

Dimitrious Efstathiou ’06 welcomed two new family additions, Emi and Cadmus, this past fall. Congrats Efstathiou family!

 

 

 

 

Anna Spain

Anna Spain ’04, Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Law School, was awarded the 2014 American Society of International Law’s Francis Lieber Prize. This prize is awarded for outstanding publications in the field of law and armed conflict. Her article, “The U.N. Security Council’s Duty to Decide,” was published in the Harvard National Security Journal in May 2013. Terrific news, Anna!

 

 

 

Hansel Pham Hansel Pham ’03 writes, “I am still practicing international arbitration at White & Case, and I am constantly using the skills (especially preparation) that I learned from you in the Workshop and beyond.”

 

 

 

Jeremy McClane

Former Clinical InstructorJeremy McClane ’02 will start his new tenure-track position as Associate Professor of Law at the University of Connecticut this fall. We couldn’t be happier for the students of UConn, who will be benefiting from the tremendous teaching skills of our former colleague.

 

 

Stephan SonnenbergFormer Clinical Instructor Stephan Sonnenberg ’06, now Clinical Supervising Attorney and Lecturer on Law at Stanford Law School’s International Human Rights & Conflict Resolution Clinic, has just published an important report on the judicial response to the 2002 Gujarat riots in India. This publication came at the same time parliamentary elections were concluding.