The Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law

International Business Law Fellows

Fellows enroll at Brooklyn Law School from all over the United States and around the world. The diverse backgrounds of these students adds richness to the study of international law. In recent years fellows have come to us from Bulgaria, China, Colombia, France, Guyana, Israel, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Russia, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey and the United Kingdom. Many are graduates of the most prestigious colleges and universities. Some have earned graduate degrees, and many have had interesting work experiences here and abroad.

  • Thomas McCartin graduated from the University of Delaware with a BS in Finance and Operations Management and a minor in International Business where he was an honor degree recipient. While a student Thomas worked part time as an analyst in the Future and Options and OTC Clearing Core Operations division of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Investment Bank, as well as a public relations intern for Middleton & Gendron. His interest towards International Business Law was sparked while visiting the UN, WTO, and OECD during his studies in Geneva, Switzerland. Thomas is also familiar with the Bloomberg financial analysis platform, and is certified for its use as a general and equity related research and analysis tool. Thomas is the recipient of a Carswell Scholarship.

Watch video from the IBL Symposium: What Law Governs International Commercial Contracts? Divergent Doctrines and the New Hague Principles

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Brooklyn Law School
Dennis J. Block Center for the Study of International Business Law
Attn: Deanna Handler
Fellowship Program
250 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201