Ms. Elizabeth Bundy obtained her undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2010, where she completed majors in Spanish and Political Science. Following graduation, she taught English as a second language for three years in Santiago, Chile; Panama City, Panama; and St. Petersburg, Russia before returning to the United States to attend law school.
Ms. Bundy obtained her law degree from the University of Michigan, graduating Cum Laude in 2016. During law school, she concentrated her efforts on human rights and refugee law and served as Executive Editor on the Michigan Journal of International Law. In addition to teaching as a Graduate Student Instructor for an undergraduate course on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, she also served as a teaching assistant for a first-year legal research and writing course and participated in the Seventh Colloquium of Refugee Law to produce the Michigan Guidelines on Risk for Reasons of Political Opinion. During her summer months, Ms. Bundy interned at human rights organizations in Tel Aviv, Israel; Phnom Penh, Cambodia; and Quito, Ecuador. Distinctions earned during her law school years include the First-Year Legal Practice Award for Best Appellate Brief, a Certificate of Merit Award in International Investment Law, the Jack C. Radcliffe, Jr. Award for Excellence in the Legal Practice Mentoring Program, and the S. Anthony Benton Memorial Award for Excellence in International Law.
Following her graduation from law school, Ms. Bundy served as Senior Legal Research Associate to Professor James C. Hathaway to assist in publishing a second edition of his treatise, The Rights of Refugees under International Law. She also completed research for Professor Howard Bromberg for the 2017 publication of Marijuana Law in a Nutshell as part of West Academic’s Nutshell series. Finally, an article penned during her time as a student, Rescuing Policy and Terror Victims: A Concerted Approach to the Ransom Dilemma, was published in the Michigan Journal of International Law.
Ms. Bundy is admitted to practice in New York and speaks Spanish.
Member of the State Bar of New York.
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