The Center for Transnational Business and the Law provides research assistant positions for current Georgetown University Law Center JD and LL.M. students.
Zgjim Mikullovci is an LL.M. candidate in International Business and Economic Law, with a certificate in Securities & Financial Law, as a recipient of the Fulbright Scholarship and Georgetown Merit Scholarship. He is from Kosovo, where he has passed the Kosovo Bar Exam, and has done over 2 years of professional experience in business law with particular focus in commercial contracts and company law. He graduated law school at the University of Prishtina – Faculty of Law, where he participated in various international competitions such as the Willem. C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (received the Eric. E. Bergsten Award) and the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.
As a CTBL Fellow, Zgjim is focused mainly in researching in the areas of ESG, choice of forum and law in international commercial contracts, and alternative dispute resolution.
Ronnie Rosen Zvi
Ronnie Rosen Zvi is an LL.M. candidate in International legal studies at Georgetown Law. She holds a bachelor’s degree in law and philosophy from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
After graduation, Ronnie began working in the international law department at Herzog Law Firm in Tel Aviv, where she advised multinational corporations on various issues relating to international law, international trade, national security and sanctions. Additionally, she has experience in researching and advising companies on matters relating to anti-money laundering and anti-bribery and corruption.
During her professional and academic career, Ronnie became especially interested in the relationship between businesses and other state and non-state actors in the international realm, and she strives to contribute to the field of global governance and public and private global regulation.