Emma Macfarlane is from a small town near Toronto and graduated from McGill University with a double major in Political Science and History. Before coming to law school, she taught English in Bangkok for two years. At Michigan Law, she competed for two years as an oralist in the Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court, served as President of the Women Law Students Association and the Entrepreneurship & Law Association, and was Chair of the International Law Moot Court Association. This past year she was an international fellow for UNHR Geneva and represented Mauritania at the 43rd Human Rights Council session. She now serves as a student attorney for the International Refugee Assistance Project, as a volunteer for the Syrian Accountability Project, and as a research assistant for the Center of Finance, Law and Policy under Dean Michael Barr. Emma’s first summer in law school was spent at Miller Johnson in Grand Rapids; this summer she will work at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York.