A. I worked with three other students on a project for International Justice Mission Thailand where we assisted the officer’s efforts to obtain citizenship for individuals who were at risk of being victims of human trafficking, namely the hill tribe people. It was a positive experience working with others who shared the same goal.
A. I joined the Center for Global Justice because I have been blessed in my own life with individuals who have helped me in difficult times. I wanted to devote my time to an organization where I know my efforts would go towards doing the same for others.
A. I did most of my hours on the weekend when I was not interning or in class.
A. I think that I learned when you work together with others small amounts of time can turn into very successful and meaningful projects.
A. My research included both foreign and international law. Most of my typical internship and school research focused on domestic law.
A. I believe compassion and professionalism are essential in dealing with any touchy legal situation. I followed the same approach in my work with the Center.
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