2016 Nordenberg Fellows Selected for Summer Internships
For the eleventh year, students at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law will spend the summer overseas as Nordenberg Fellows funded by the Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg University Professorship held by Professor Ronald A. Brand. Each Fellow will receive funding from the Nordenberg Chair in order to assist in completing an internship abroad.
Kevin Huber, Class of 2018, will intern with the law firm of Al Tamimi & Co. in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Huber is a member of Pitt Law’s 2017 Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot team and a recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship.
Jonathan Niznansky, Class of 2018, will intern with the law firm of Ouerfelli Attorneys & Counsels in Tunis, Tunisia. Niznansky is a member of Pitt Law’s 2017 Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot team, and is an assistant editor for JURIST.
Wen Shu, Class of 2019, will engage in summer study and an internship in Tokyo, Japan. Shu is a member of the International Law Society at Pitt Law.
Wade Stephens, Class of 2019, will intern with the USAID Contract Law Enforcement Program in Pristina, Kosovo. He will also attend the Summer Program on European and International Economic Law at the University of Augsburg as a participant in a new student exchange between Pitt Law and the University of Augsburg. Stephens was awarded a Dean’s Scholarship, and is a member of the International Law Society at Pitt Law.