Emily Greenaway is an International Business and Economic Law LL.M. candidate at Georgetown Law. Alongside her LL.M., she pursues a Certificate in WTO and International Trade Studies. Emily undertakes her LL.M. as part of a two-year dual degree between Science Po Paris School of International Affairs and Georgetown Law (M.I.A/LL.M.). In 2021, she obtained a Master in International Affairs focusing on human rights, global economic policy and international development. Before starting her double degree, She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium) with her first Master of Law (LL.M.).
Emily’s work mainly focuses on International Trade Law and Policy. She discovered her passion for Trade Law during her participation in the 18th edition of the John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition. Together with her team, she was the runner up in the Grand Finale in the world rounds and was awarded prizes for her written submissions in the regional rounds. At Georgetown, she is also a John H. Jackson Moot Scholar and a Belgian American Educational Foundation Honorary Fellow.