English is my first language, and one of my three majors in undergrad.
Learning French as a second language
- Focusing on international and technology business law.
- Staff editor at Vermont Journal of Environmental Law.
- International and Comparative Law Certificate
- With distinction.
- Masters program focusing on environmental law and policy, arbitration, and mediation.
LL.M. French and European Union Law; Taxation Law, Business Law and Compliance, 2020
Master de droit, 2020
Master 2 in Taxation Law, Business Law & Compliance
- Bien mention.
Internship in Budapest in international and EU IP law.
Summer program in Vienna, Austria studying international business law.
Summer program in Japan and South Korea, studying international business, negotiation, arbitration, and cross-border practice.
Triple bachelors of arts and sciences major, studying English writing, philosophy, and anthropology.
A year-long study abroad program, where I studied French language and business.
I started my first e-commerce business in 1996, and another in 1998. In 2000, I began working with small businesses as a business consultant and web developer, taking their ideas to full-fledged online businesses. Clients have included businesses in the United States, Canada, UK, Australia, Mexico, and China as well as coordinating global teams of contractors to complete projects
Representing LexisNexis on campus through office hours, tabling, and workshops.
Reported to the CEO and CFO. Handled accounts receivable, accounts payable. Human resources manager. Executive Admin: scheduling, production control, and other general office procedures. Managed 45 – 60 employees depending on our needs for automotive manufacturing.
The Health center included a medical clinic, retail store, mail-order, and e-commerce operation. Started as a stock boy, and worked my way up to management, eventually leading the retail and mail-order, and leading the company’s e-commerce division.
Environmental law journal at a top-four environmental law school.
A student organization facilitating and promoting innovation in technology and the law.
Twice-yearly appointed position working as a liaison with the president and other members to address the needs of the student body.
I worked as a tutor in the America Reads program, teaching first-grade students who had little to no English language skills how to read, and assisting the teacher in the classroom.
Mentor to a young man in middle-school for one year.
My duties included managing grassroots efforts, meetings, state and national relations, member support, collecting membership dues, website development, and lobbying for wider community health access.
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