Max Siegel II HeadshotMax Siegel II is a 2L at Georgetown Law and is interested in the intersectionality between international trade, development, and globalization.

While enrolled at the University of Notre Dame, Max completed a senior capstone, conducting independent research, analyzing equitable access to intercultural bilingual education (IBE) for indigenous peoples in Perú. Previously, Max served as a research assistant in the Reparations Design and Compliance Policy Lab. While working in the lab, he collected and analyzed data on government compliance with orders from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the World Bank Inspection Panel to measure the frequency, speed, and effectiveness of enacting Human Rights reparations.

Max is also an a Student Bar Association (SBA) Diversity Committee Co-Chair, an Initiative Chair for the American Constitution Society, the Director of Membership and Alumni for Georgetown’s Entertainment and Media Alliance Member (GEMA), and a member of the Black Law Student Association (BLSA)