Hannah Bloch-Wehba

Former Legal Intern
Academic Background:

J.D., New York University School of Law (2013); B.A., History and Plan II Honors, University of Texas at Austin (2009)

Work Experience:

Summer Associate, Baker Botts LLP; Legal Intern, Legal Aid Society--Criminal Defense Practice; Research Assistant, Benjamin Wittes, Brookings Institution; Editorial Intern, Internationale Politik--Global Edition

Legal Interests:

Criminal defense; information privacy; international law and legal theory; transitional justice; national security

Bio/Other Interests:

A New York City native, I studied international relations in Germany for a year before starting law school at NYU, where next year I will participate in a clinic on constitutional transitions in the Middle East. In my spare time, I am a connoisseur of soup dumplings and enjoy riding my bicycle.

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