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Stetson graduate and minority role model clerks at International Criminal Court in The Hague

Stetson University College of Law graduate and minority role model Emy Mondesir has been selected for a judicial clerkship at the International Criminal Court in The Hague this July.

Mondesir, who graduated in December 2006 from Stetson Law with a concentration in international law, will clerk this summer in what is arguably the legal capital of the world.

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