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Two years ago, I was an undergraduate student waiting to hear about the results of my law school applications. The days were long and there was not one moment that I did not check my phone for a new email. Yet, time flies. Two years later, I have already finished my second year of law school. Every day I read my case books. Every day I learn new things. Every day I ask myself: "What can I do to make an impact on the world?" 


Following the advice of one of my professors, I decided to start this blog as a way to keep up with new legal developments around the world. As a traveler, I want to travel to every corner of the world, to experience the beauty of different cultures, to meet new people, and to view the world from a different perspective. As a law student, I want to be the voice for the blind man who calls Boston subway home, for the child who has to walk five miles to school every day on her wore out sandals, and for millions of people who are struggling every day to earn a living everywhere in the world. 

Every week, I will share news articles, papers, blogs about different aspects of international law. Please feel free to share your thought in the comment box right below each post. I want to hear all of your opinions and if you have any suggestion to improve this blog, please email me at hoatnguyen33@gmail.com. I cannot wait to hear from all of you!

Education
  • B.A. Economics & Political Science, magna cum laude, Texas A&M University
  • J.D. Expected May 2017, Texas A&M University
Publication
Principled Negotiation: the Final Answer to the South China Sea Dispute, Texas A&M Law Review.





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