|Christopher Bruno [2011 – 2012 Team]
Christopher Bruno earned his Bachelor’s in History and Master’s in Political Science/ Elections & Campaign Management from Fordham University in New York and graduated from New York Law School in 2012. At NYLS Christopher was an associate of both the Institute for Information Law and Policy (IP) and Center for International Law. In addition to his participation in the EU-PBL course, Christopher is interested in Trademark, Advertising, Marketing, and Social Media Law.Christopher plans to pursue a career in international law and intellectual property.
|Artem Djukic [2011 – 2012 Team]
Artem Djukic was born in Mostar, Bosnia. He lived in a small village outside of Cologne Germany before moving to the United States. Artem is an alumni of Binghamton University, and in May 2012, he graduated Magna Cum Laude from New York Law School. While attending New York Law School, Artem was a Notes and Comments Editor on the New York Law School Law Review, and was affiliated with the center for International Law. Artem is fluent in German and Serbo-Croatian.
|Arevik Khurdayan [2011 – 2012 Team]
Originally from Russia, Arevik worked in Barcelona (Spain), Stavropol (Russia) and New York and Miami (US). Prior to starting law school, she was part of the Corporate Department at Latham & Watkins LLP where she assisted on several major international transactions. Currently, Arevik works for a technology company assisting the General Counsel with international licensing agreements, advising on IP issues and joint venture deals. Her area of interest lies in Mergers and Acquisitions and Antitrust/Competition policy and regulations. While traveling is her biggest passion, Arevik also enjoys tennis, skiing and Japenese literature. Arevik speaks Russian, French and Spanish.
|Christina De Rosa [2011 – 2012 Team]
Christina De Rosa earned her Bachelor of Arts from Fordham University with a major in Classical Languages and a minor in Classical Civilizations.Christina graduated in the top of her class from New York Law School in 2012, where she served as a member of the Law Review, an associate of the Center for International Law, and co-president of the International Law Society.Christina plans to pursue a career practicing cross-border transactional law.
|Ian Thomas [2011 – 2012 Team]
Ian Thomas was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Ian holds a BA in History from Loyola University New Orleans. After spending a several years working as a paralegal, Ian decided to pursue a career in law. In May 2012, Ian graduated Magna Cum Laudefrom New York Law School. While attending New York Law School Ian served as the Chair of the New York Law School Moot Court Association and was a member of the New York Law School Securities Arbitration Clinic. In August 2012, Ian will begin a one year term as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge Martha Royster, J.S.C in New Jersey. Ian hopes to eventually pursue a career as a litigator with a focus on international trade.