If you want to use the practice of law to help people—and you want to use international law in particular—you can learn a lot from Fady Samaan, New England Law Class of 2019. From his childhood in Egypt to a six-month legal internship with the International Criminal Court’s Trust Fund for Victims last year, Fady has been on a unique path toward an international career that gives a voice to the voiceless.

Keep reading to learn more about his experiences, get a sneak peek at the work international lawyers do, and discover why it’s so important to get internships in law school…