Law students land top summer internships

Two students from the Dale E. Fowler School of Law have been offered highly selective summer internships with Open Society Justice Initiative in Phnom Penh.

Katrina Jaffe, a second-year law student, will work primarily on issues relating to the Khmer Rouge tribunal. Julieanne Ines, a first-year law student and former Orange County Register reporter, will work on a media rights project.

The two students are the fifth and sixth Chapman law students to intern in Cambodia in recent years, including one other at OSJI, making Chapman one of the most heavily represented U.S. law schools in that vibrant international human rights community, according to John A. Hall, Ph.D., associate professor of law.

Dawn Bonker

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  • I think this is a great thing. The Khmer Rouge is not the most popular topic in history books but it had a huge impact in Cambodia. Thank god my parents lived through it!