Notes on Contributors

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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
Sarah Alvy is a JD/MBA student attending California Western School of Law
and San Diego State University Graduate School of Business. Interested in the
intersection of both business and law, Ms. Alvy hopes to become a practitioner
in the dynamic eld of corporate governance. During her time as a JD/MBA
student Ms. Alvy interned as a law clerk with the Armative Civil Enforcement
division of the U.S. Attorney’s Oce, and externed for a U.S. District Court
judge. Ms. Alvy also participated in a global consulting project for a large U.S.
multi-national rm with an aliate oce in India. While conducting primary
research in India, Ms. Alvy became aware of the legal reforms aecting India’s
corporate governance landscape, which inspired her to write her article in this
issue.
Roslyn Fuller studied at the Georg-August University of Goettingen, Germany
(Dipl. Jur, 1st Staatsexamen), and Trinity College Dublin in Ireland (DPhil—
Law). She is the author of Ireland’s leading textbook on International Law
and has lectured on Public International Law, International Trade Law and
International Criminal Law extensively at Trinity College and the National
University of Ireland, Maynooth. She is currently a member of the INSYTE
Interdisciplinary Group where she teaches and researches at the intersection of
law and technology with a focus on the legitimization of power and international
law enforcement.
Alexander T. Holtzman is pursuing a joint-degree in law and public policy at
e Ohio State University. Alex is the son of an immigrant from Serbia, and is
passionate about working on issues that aect immigrants and the underserved
community. Prior to law school, Alex worked as a senior community organizer
where he supervised sta, fundraised, and worked with public ocials to achieve
public policy reforms in Central Ohio. Campaigns that he led resulted in the
creation of the Franklin County Land Bank with over $11.7 million secured
to address hundreds of vacant properties in Franklin County, and over $1.2
million invested to create small business incubators and loans in the city of
Columbus. is fall, Alex served on a Columbus NAACP steering committee
and organized Know Your Rights Forums for recent immigrants. In the summer,
Alex worked as a legal intern for USCIS in the Oce of the Chief Counsel
where he composed this article while working for the Adjudications and Refugee
and Asylum Law Divisions.
Stefan Kirchner is Associate Professor for Fundamental and Human Rights,
with Special Focus on Indigenous Rights, at the Faculty of Law of the University
of Lapland in Rovaniemi, Finland. He has taught at universities in Germany,
France, Ukraine and Lithuania. A former lawyer for Germany’s Federal Maritime

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