Cindy Shi, Editor-in-Chief, is a third-year law student from Arizona with a double major in Marketing and Business (Law) with an International Business Certificate. Before law school, she volunteered as an English teacher in Chile and studied abroad in Singapore. During law school, she interviewed asylum seekers, worked in New York, and played the piano for the law school’s musical. She is extremely grateful for the opportunity to work with an amazing, hard-working, and talented group of editors and staffers. She couldn’t run this journal without them and expresses her greatest thanks and gratitude.

Colin W. Trundle, Executive Editor, is a third-year law student and Distinguished Military Graduate from the University of Cincinnati with a double major summa cum laude in International Affairs and Political Science. Before law school, Colin served as an Active Duty Army Officer and led chemical, biological, and nuclear operations and military intelligence collection for the Second Stryker Brigade Combat Team, Second Infantry Division at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. Following these assignments, Colin was assigned to the Commanding General’s Office at I Corps before leaving active duty to attend law school. During law school, Colin has served as a law clerk and certified student attorney at the United States Attorney’s Office while continuing service in Army Reserve. As the Executive Editor, Colin enjoys managing the day to day affairs of the journal while being part of a team of scholars devoted to academic excellence in international legal studies.

Scott Hancox, Lead Articles Editor, is a third-year law student who is originally from Canada and spent time working in Rome. These international experiences fueled his love for international law. He truly enjoys using his position to give back to the international legal community by selecting a diverse set of interesting articles for MJIL to publish.