Student Wins the National Law Review Student Legal Writing ContestPosted on: 10/29/2013
Anastasia White was the fall 2013 winner of the National Law Review Student Legal Writing contest for her article, Registered Provisional Immigrant Status: The Road to Citizenship Under Border Security, Economic Opportunity, Immigration Modernization Act (S. 744).
White was born in Russia and graduated from the Law Institute of Krasnoyarsk State University (Russia) with a degree of specialist/master of jurisprudence in International and Comparative Law. As a student, she participated in the Legal Aid Clinic of Krasnoyarsk State University. She received an award for excellent research, writing and presentation of a thesis Legal Regulation of Electronic Commerce in International Aspect.
White is a second-year student and a Junior Associate of Nova Law Review. She is an active member of Immigration Law Organization (ILO) at NSU. She has participated in Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and citizenship workshops, helping people to file applications under the supervision of practicing attorneys. Upon graduation, she plans to practice in the area of immigration law.
Her article can be read by clicking here.