Delia Root is a 3L at William and Mary Law School. She is from Madisonville, Kentucky, and graduated magma cum laude from the Honors College at Murray State University. At Murray State, Delia obtained a bachelor’s degree in International Studies with a minor in Chinese. Her studies and internships have been focused on international and business law. She spent her 1L summer working in Beijing, China for Beijing Children’s Legal Aid and Research Center.
Alexandra M. Smith
Alexandra is a 2L at William & Mary Law School, where she is proud to be a staff member of the Comparative Jurist blog. She is also Events Chair of the American Constitution Society. Over her 1L summer, Alexandra interned for International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. During her internship, Alexandra implemented a UNDEF grant promoting universal representation through a smartphone app that connects those accused of crimes with attorneys. She has a Master’s degree in Human Rights from Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, and a Bachelor’s degree from Bard College. Before law school, Alexandra worked in the fields of international education and human rights, holding positions at the Institute for International Liberal Education and National Security Archive. In the future, Alexandra hopes to practice law internationally, with a focus on juvenile law.
Kate Hall is a 3L at William & Mary Law School. She graduated with a degree in psychology from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She is interested in globalization and comparative law and hopes to pursue a career in one of those fields after law school.