Christian A. Kramar
Christian Kramar is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2014. He is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law Moot Court Board and the Public Relations Chair of the school’s Veterans and Military Law Association. He also participated in the University’s Summer Law Program at Emmanuel College of Cambridge University. Christian graduated cum laude from Rider University in 2011 with a B.A. in History and Political Science, as well as minors in American Studies and Law & Justice. Christian also graduated as a member of Rider’s Baccalaureate Honors Program, in addition to maintaining membership in five honor societies and serving on the executive board of his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Rider University’s Greek Council. Christian plans on returning to New Jersey to practice and aspires to one day become a judge. He joined Global based upon his interest in international corporate and securities law. Mr. Kramar is employed as a Law Clerk with Destribats Campbell, LLC, a New Jersey firm for which he returns to work during every law school break.
Antrell D. Tyson
Mr. Tyson is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2014, but is expected to graduate in December of 2013. He is the Vice President of the Black Law Student Association, Director of the Pre-Law Division of the Mid-Atlantic Black Law Student Association, and board member of the American Constitution Society. He graduated from Colgate University with a B.A. in Political Science in 2005, and served as Capitan of the varsity football team. Following his graduation from the University of Richmond School of Law, Mr. Tyson aspires to pursue a career in civil litigation, in-house counsel and legislative advocacy in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States. Mr. Tyson joined Global based on his interest in corporate law and international business law. In 2012, he worked as a research assistant for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, and also a legal intern for Senator Tim Kaine. He currently work as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Melvin Hughes at the Richmond Circuit Courts.
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Mr. Alberti is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law Class of 2015, and is pursuing his MBA at the University of Richmond Robins School of Business. He was recently inducted into the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society and serves as a student representative for Themis Bar Prep. He graduated cum laude from Virginia Tech in 2011 with dual degrees in Finance and Management, and a minor in Business Diversity. This past summer he interned with Capital One in their corporate compliance office in Richmond, VA. Following graduation from Richmond Law, he aspires to work in the financial sector, providing regulatory and general legal counsel to businesses around the globe.
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Ms. Rich is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2015. She graduated from the University of Virginia in 2011 with a B.A. in Foreign Affairs and French. Before attending law school, she spent a year in Queensland, Australia working as a paralegal in two law firms. At Richmond Law, Ms. Rich is vice president of both the International Law Society and Environmental Law Society. She spent her first-year summer working for the Office of Compliance and Enforcement Assurance at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in D.C. She enjoys volunteering her time at the Carrico Center for Pro Bono Services and writing articles for ABA’s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources. Ms. Rich joined Global based on her interest in international environmental law. After graduation, Ms. Rich aspires to be an environmental attorney in the D.C. area.
James Christopher Rohde
Mr. Rohde is a member of the Richmond Law School Class of 2015. He is the Vice President of Membership for the Richmond Law chapter of the Federalist Society. He graduated from Virginia Tech in 2012 with a B.A. in History, where he wrote his thesis on German industrial policy during the Allied occupation after World War II. In the summer of 2013, Mr. Rohde interned with the General Counsel at the University of Richmond and did legal work for a corporation in Virginia Beach. Mr. Rohde’s academic interests are corporate and international business law.
Mr. John Ralston is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2015. He is a semi-finalist of the 2013 Alternative Dispute Resolution Society competition. He is a member of both the Richmond Alternative Dispute Resolution Society and the Student Intellectual Property Association. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.A. in History with Asian Studies. He pursues his J.D. with a goal of practicing civil litigation and business law in Virginia in the future. He joined Global to further his academic interest in corporate and business law. During the summer of 2013, Mr. Ralston worked as a law clerk for the Honorable Cheryl V. Higgins, Jay T. Swett, and Paul Peatross of the Albemarle Circuit Court in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Michael Connolly is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2015. He graduated cum laude from the College of William and Mary with a major in English and a minor in French. Following his graduation, Mr. Connolly worked as a language assistant at the Lycée Professionnel: Les Cotes de Villebon in Meudon la Forêt, France. Mr. Connolly joined Global based on his interest in international human rights law, particularly in how the international community deals with human rights crises. In the summer of 2013, he interned with the extradition unit at Kaim Todner Solicitors in London, and studied at Emmanuel College in Cambridge University. Mr. Connolly is an Eagle Scout and has been very active in serving his community. He aspires to use his law degree to work as a human rights lawyer and activist.
Dustin Carter is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law's Class of 2015. He graduated in 2010 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in English, and is a huge UNC sports fan. After graduating from UNC and prior to law school, he volunteered in his hometown of Durham, NC teaching GED students. During the summer of 2013, he split his time working as both a summer intern at the Richmond Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court and as a research assistant. Dustin is most interested in criminal law, but his experiences at the JD & R Court have sparked his interest in certain aspects of family law as well. He intends to practice in either Virginia or North Carolina after graduating.
D. Bradley Kent Jr.
Mr. Kent is a member of Richmond's class of 2015. He is currently a member of Richmond's Moot Court Board and Richmond's Trial Advocacy Board. Mr. Kent graduated from Miami University with degrees in History and Political Science. Along with a rigorous course load, Brad participated on Miami's national ranked Mock Trial team and served on the Executive Council of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. This past summer he served the people of Virginia in the Attorney General's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
Mr. Efimov is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2014, who joined the Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business based on his interest and experience with international law. He currently serves as the President of the International Law Society, and as a board member of the Alternate Dispute Resolution Society. He graduated from the University of Richmond with a B.A. in History and International Studies. Prior to law school, Mr. Efimov studied in the Netherlands, where he earned an M.A. in European Union Studies from Leiden University, as well as an LLM degree in European Union Law from Tilburg University. After graduation, Mr. Efimov worked in the Legal Affairs Section of the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations. During the summer of 2012, he worked in the Rule of Law Unit at Executive Office of the Secretary General of the United Nations. In the summer of 2013, he served as a Judicial Intern to the Honorable Wilma A. Lewis of the U.S. District Court for the Virgin Islands. Mr. Efimov is fluent in Russian, English, and Lithuanian.
Mr. Mitchell is a member of the class of 2015 at Richmond Law and a recipient of the Williams and Ramon W. Andrews, Jr. Scholarships. He served as an intern in the Division of Health, Education and Social Services at the Virginia Attorney General's Office during the 2013 summer. Mr. Mitchell attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he received a B.A. in American History. An interest in corporate law drew Mr. Mitchell to the Global team.
Mr. Aldawsari is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2015. He graduated from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec in 2008 with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. He is a board member of the International Law Society and a recipient of the CALI Excellence award in Contracts. Prior to attending law school, he worked as a petroleum engineer for the Saudi Arabian national oil Company, Saudi Aramco. During the summer of 2013, Mr. Aldawsari served as an intern at the law firm of McGuireWoods in London, England following his 1L year. He worked under the supervision of partners specialized in debt finance for multinational corporations. As a citizen of Saudi Arabia, Mr. Aldawsari was able to contribute significantly in the area of Islamic finance and Sharia law compliance. He also attended a summer program at the University of Cambridge where he studied European Union law, comparative civil litigation and comparative look at the death penalty. Mr. Aldawsari has an academic interest in international commercial transitions, arbitration and litigation. Following his graduation from the University of Richmond School of Law, Mr. Aldawsari aspires to pursue a career in cross-boarded arbitration and litigation. He is also interested in the possibility of working with an international sports federation later in his career. Mr. Aldawsari is fluent in Arabic and English with advanced French language capabilities. He joined Global because he is interested in legal writing in the area of international business transactions.
Mr. Nathan Greyard is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2015. He graduated from James Madison University in 2011 with a B.A. in Political Science. Following his graduation from the University of Richmond School of Law, Mr. Greyard aspires to pursue a career in healthcare law, corporate law, and medical malpractice in the Mid-Atlantic region. He joined Global based on his interest in the intermingling of healthcare law and corporate law. During 2012, he served as assistant to government relations for the West Virginia State Medical Association. He was a Summer Intern with the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County in 2013.
Mr. Zhang is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2015. He is a member of the Richmond Journal of Global Law and Business. He graduated from Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario, Canada) in 2012, with a B.Sc. Honours in Biochemistry. He spent last summer researching on the subject of comparative constitution. He hopes to specialize in the area of intellectual properties upon graduation.
Mr. Jacob is a member of the University of Richmond School of Law’s Class of 2014. He graduated from the University of Virginia in 2012 with a B.A. in Government. During the summer of 2013, Mr. Jacob served as an intern for the Honorable David J. Novak, United States Magistrate Judge, Eastern District of Virginia. He joined Global based on his interest in international affairs, intellectual property law, and corporate governance.
Shaun K. Freiman
Mr. Freiman is a member of the University of Richmond Law Class of 2015. At Richmond, he is a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board, Honor Council, and is a 2L representative for the Student Bar Association. Following graduation from Michigan State University's James Madison College with a B.A. in International Relations, Mr. Freiman worked in Washington D.C. for six years first for the U.S. Senate and later for the Executive Branch. He has an academic interest in criminal, contract, and international law. Over the past summer, he split his time between a comparative legal study at Cambridge University, UK, coursework at the University of Richmond, and assisting in updating a treatise on the Uniform Commercial Code.