Tina Al-khersan graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan with degrees in International Studies and Arabic, earning high distinction in both majors. Prior to law school, she received a Coro Fellowship and worked with the Alliance For Refugee Youth Support and Education in Pittsburgh. Wanting to understand the refugee resettlement system in an international context, she traveled to Lesvos, Greece the following summer and worked as a coordinator in Kara Tepe and Moria refugee camp. She then became the Communications Coordinator for Karam Foundation and interviewed Syrian youth in Istanbul and Reyhanli, Turkey about their experiences with migration, identity, and diaspora. At Michigan Law, Tina has served as a student attorney for the Human Trafficking Clinic, co-director of the International Refugee Assistance Project Michigan Chaper, and is involved with the Syrian Accountabiltiy Project and Rohingya Human Rights Documentation Project. Tina spent her 1L summer interning with Project South and will travel to Kos, Greece with Equal Rights Beyond Borders for her 2L summer.