Education

University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law

J.D., 1996.
Founded and edited world's first student-edited law journal to be published exclusively online, the Richmond Journal of Law & Technology. Awarded T.C. Williams Award in 1996 by faculty for "Most Significant Contribution to Legal Scholarship." Received Governor's Award from Virginia Governor George Allen for joint MBA/Law project for Fortune 500 company in Richmond that assessed market opportunity for new product launch in European market.

Lafayette College

A.B. International Affairs (with honors), A.B. French, 1993.
Authored Senior Honors Thesis, "From the Marshall Plan to the Treaty of Rome: U.S. Foreign Policy Towards the European Union from 1945 to 1969." Co-founded school's first political newspaper, and authored international news column focused on the Gulf War.

L'Université de Bourgogne

Baccalaureate Degree, 1991.