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Message from EASL Chair Judith B. Prowda

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Miranda Galindo as an EASL Law Student Liaison for the 2010-2011 academic year. Law Student Liaisons attend EASL Executive Committee meetings, participate in the lively exchange of ideas with EASL colleagues, assist with EASL programs and serve as the voice for their fellow classmates.

Miranda is a second year student at Fordham Law School, where she is studying intellectual property. At Fordham, Miranda co-founded a student group that examines the legal issues within indigenous communities. She is also a Competitor on Fordham’s Jessup Moot Court Team. This past summer she was Professor Sonia Katyal’s Research Assistant on a project examining cultural property issues in the indigenous context. Miranda graduated from Brown University in 2006 with a B.A. in Public Policy and American Institutions. At Brown, she was a member of Mezcla, the Latino performing arts troupe. After Brown she became a Coro Fellow in Public Affairs in New York City. Miranda comes from a family of artists and entertainers and enjoys painting and photography and performing with Teatro Pachuco throughout Mexico and Europe.

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