Shuo-Chi Chia, originally from Taiwan, came to the Law School in 2009 to gain knowledge in intellectual property and business law. Since completing his LL.M. degree in 2010, Chia has worked both in Minneapolis and Taiwan. Find out where Chia is now.
Jenny Döge, originally from Germany, completed her LL.M. degree at the Law School in 2010. Since then, she has been admitted to the New York bar, published an article in a German law journal, and begun a mandatory two-year legal apprenticeship, which is required for German lawyers. Find out where Döge is now.
After graduating from the Law School in 2009 with a J.D. degree and Human Rights Concentration, Amanda Lyons has already received great experience in international law. Find out where Lyons, originally from Austin, Minn., is now.
Mohamed Elian (LL.M. Class of 2011) was profiled in the Law School's magazine, Perspectives, in the Spring 2011 issue. Find out about Elian's past in Cairo and his experiences being here at the Law School during the height of Egypt’s antigovernment protests.
Carla Wessolek of Berlin, Germany, was chosen by the LL.M. Class of 2011, composed of 36 students representing 22 countries, to deliver the LL.M. Graduation Address at the May 11, 2011, Commencement Ceremonies. Click here to read her address.