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Justin Bush

Academic Coordinator

 

justin_bushJustin is a second-year law student focusing in criminal law, with a focus on the convergence of technology and law enforcement, and the constitutional questions that arise from such developments. Justin attended Indiana University as an undergraduate, obtaining a Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Theory and a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Health in 2011, as well as a Postgraduate Certificate in International Relations in 2012 from the University of Bristol, United Kingdom. Justin is a member of the International Law Society, and a student member of the American Bar Association. In 2015, Justin served as a judicial extern and interim bailiff for judge Howard Fell on the Arizona Superior Court, before spending a semester at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, studying international law, comparative law, criminal law, and East Asian legal systems.