Arne Sorenson (’83), President and CEO of Marriott International, was one of three business executives chosen in September to advise President Barack Obama on matters of international trade.
Suaad Allami, originally from Iraq, completed the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program in 2010 and her LL.M. degree in 2011, both at the Law School. Since then, she has returned to Iraq to continue her work in human and women's rights. Find out more about Allami.
HyongKun Kim, originally from Korea, completed his LL.M. degree at the Law School in 2012. Since then, he has returned to his native country and now works for Jipyong Jisung, one of the prominent law firms in Korea. Find out more about Kim.
Laura Carlson completed her J.D. degree at the Law School in 1991. Since then, she has received a juris kandidat (Master of Law) from Uppsala University School of Law and a juris doktor (Doctor of Law) from Stockholm University School of Law (Juridicum). Find out where she is now.
Philip A. Aguinaldo (Humphrey Fellow, 2012-13) was invited by the Philippine Judicial Academy to give a lecture on Anti-Human Trafficking Advocacy in July 2013, in Manila.
Arlene "Kaka" Bag-ao (Humphrey Fellow, 2006-07) received a 2013 Distinguished Leadership Award for Internationals from the Global Programs and Strategy Alliance at the University of Minnesota.
Haykuhi Harutyunyan (Humphrey Fellow, 2011-12) has been named president of the Protection of Rights Without Borders, a non-governmental human rights organization in Armenia.
Rudy Hutagalung (LL.M. ’98) joined PT Bank CIMB Niaga, Indonesia's fifth largest bank, as head of legal and corporate affairs.
Denny Indrayana (LL.M. ’97) has been appointed as an Indonesian Deputy Minister of Justice.
Edmon Marukyan (LL.M. ’10; Humphrey Fellow, 2009-10) participated in the 2013 Social Good Summit in Yerevan.
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Mohammed Al-Mulhim (LL.M. ’13) was profiled in the Law School's magazine, Perspectives, in the spring 2013 issue. Find out about the 27-year-old Saudi Arabia native's interest in international human rights and his plans to open a human rights center back home.
Girmachew Alemu Aneme (2012-13 Humphrey Fellow) was profiled in the spring 2013 issue of Perspectives. Aneme, from Ethiopia, discusses his human rights activism and his goal to become a better leader and a better human being.
Jorge Sepulveda, of Chile, was chosen by the LL.M. Class of 2013, composed of 47 students representing 18 countries, to deliver the LL.M. Graduation Address at the May 18, 2013, Commencement ceremonies. Click here to read his address.