M.E. is a JD/MSFS candidate and Global Law Scholar at Georgetown University. She is from Miami, FL and holds a BA from Vanderbilt University. She has experience on both the policy and legal sides of the State Department, the Office of the Prosecutor at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, the U.S. Senate, and Geneva Centre for Security Policy. She is a member of the Georgetown Law Journal and executive editor of the Georgetown Law Journal’s Annual Review of Criminal Procedure. She plans to join the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice at Clifford Chance US LLP in Washington, DC after graduation.
"I chose Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) in order to supplement my legal education with in-depth study of international affairs in order to prepare me for my career as an international lawyer by studying with some of the best professors in the field."
Bultemeier, M. (2019). 9/11 Case: Military Commission Convening Authority to Be Called as a Witness as to His Own Bias. Just Security. https://www.justsecurity.org/67513/9-11-case-military-commission-convening-authority-to-be-called-as-a-witness-as-to-his-own-bias/