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P.R.I.M.E. Finance Welcomes Law Student Interns

PRIME Finance is delighted to welcome four students from leading U.S. law schools.

Olivia Wu, University of Pennsylvania Law School

Olivia (Kefei) Wu is a rising second-year law student at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2.5 years majoring in Agricultural and Consumer Economics with a minor in Political Science. During the first year of law school, she actively engaged in Asian Law Review as an Associate Editor and will become the Production Editor in the upcoming academic year. She is currently interested in general cross-border transactions, project finance, and international arbitration.

Tendai Mukau, Georgetown University Law Center

Tendai is a third-year law student at Georgetown Law with a B.A. in international affairs and a minor in Russian. Prior to law school, he worked as a legal assistant in Jones Day's Global Disputes practice in Washington, DC, assisting with investor-state arbitration cases. In law school, he has focused on international commercial law with a particular emphasis on EU law. He is passionate about EU law issues, particularly those pertaining to harmonisation and the Single Market. He serves on the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal and is currently in the process of publishing a paper on the potential impact of a Brexit on the EU labor market. He speaks several languages with varying degrees of proficiency, and is a classical music composer.


Emma Iannini, New York University School of Law

Raised between New York City and France, Emma Iannini is a rising 2L at NYU School of Law. She is interested in establishing a career in private practice in either Paris or Brussels. Although she is not yet sure in which domain she wants to specialize, she is interested in arbitration, banking and financial law, and competition law.  Having worked as a foreign language teacher in Shanghai, Emma also speaks conversational Mandarin Chinese and maintains an interest in East Asia's relations with Europe and the world more broadly. She would welcome any opportunity to aid PRIME's experts in research this summer on a shared topic of interest and to become more connected to the legal community in either of the two cities where she hopes to make her career. 


Rachel Finn, Georgetown University Law Center
Rachel is a rising second-year student at Georgetown University Law Center in D.C. Immediately prior to law school, she spent more than four years with the Enough Project, most recently as Associate Director of Advocacy, working with U.S. Congress and civil society to curb financial drivers of conflict and mass atrocities in Central and East Africa. At Georgetown, she is a Public Interest Fellow, Human Rights Associates Program member, and volunteer researcher for the Global Pro Bono Bar Association. Rachel is also a member of the Barrister's Council Alternative Dispute Resolution team, and Policy Director for Georgetown's chapter of the International Refugee Assistance Project. She was a 2011-2012 Tony Blair Foundation Faiths Act Fellow, and has worked with the International Center for Conciliation, Massachusetts State House, Facing History and Ourselves, and as a Holocaust educator. Rachel holds a B.A. in International Relations from Tufts University.

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