Elie Beyrouthy, originally from Lebanon, completed his university studies in France before coming to the Law School for his LL.M. degree in 2006. For the past five years, he has had numerous experiences working in various places. Find out where Beyrouthy is now.
We’d like to develop a class notes section in e>Perspectives International Edition. Please go to www.law.umn.edu/llm/ class_notes.html to submit your news about your career or life events. We’ll try to include as many as possible in the next edition. Thank you!
The Law School’s LL.M. staff contacted the 11 Japanese LL.M. alumni on record to send our condolences after recent tragic events and inquire about their safety. All 11 have replied, saying that they and their friends and families, though personally touched by the events, are safe and in good health.
Violet Odala (LL.M. Class of 2009) has won the American University Washington College of Law's annual Human Rights Award, which she will receive in May 2011 in Washington, D.C. Odala, originally from Malawi, won the award based on her human rights essay entitled, “The Spectrum for Child Justice in the International Framework: From ‘Reclaiming the Deliquent Child’ to Restorative Justice.” Read more about Odala's award in the Nyasa Times.
Law School Dean David Wippman, Chief Judge Michael Davis (’72), and Director of International Graduate Programs Khary Hornsby (’05) are traveling to Korea and Thailand in July 2011 for meetings with Law School alumni, entering students and law schools in Seoul and Bangkok. Wippman and Davis will give presentations in Seoul on public and corporate international law topics. Application for CLE credit is under way.