Nicholas Le Du and Anna Bijelic, both USC Law students, are clerking at Ferguson Case Orr Paterson. After graduating from Claremont McKenna College in 2008, Le Du worked in Jordan on humanitarian relief projects for internally displaced Iraqis, and then in Baghdad on a US-funded legislative strengthening program, where he was responsible for coordinating a training program for newly elected parliamentarians. Bijelic, who is involved with the law school’s Review of Law and Social Justice and the Entertainment Law Society, organized a school trip to the Sundance Film Festival and wrote a journal note examining the policy and practical implications of the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act. Some of her recent expeditions include an Amazon River trek through Colombia, Peru, and Brazil, and a jet-ski safari around the Fijian islands. She will be studying in Gold Coast, Australia in the fall.

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