Fellows enroll at Brooklyn Law School from all over the United States and around the world. The diverse backgrounds of these students adds richness to the study of international law. In recent years fellows have come to us from Bulgaria, China, Colombia, France, Guyana, Israel, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Russia, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey and the United Kingdom. Many are graduates of the most prestigious colleges and universities. Some have earned graduate degrees, and many have had interesting work experiences here and abroad.
Marija Dabovic graduated from Iona College with a BS in Chemistry in May 2009. Upon graduation, she began working at a chemical distribution company. She simultaneously pursued her MBA in Finance and a Certificate in Risk Management and Business Continuity, completing her studies in August 2010. Marija went on to work for an investment research company, producing quarterly reports on up to 45 stocks and writing investment-related articles for the company's website. She is fluent in Croatian.
Jason Palios graduated from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa in 2006 with a BA in Spanish. After graduation, he spent several years teaching English in various private academies in Spain and teaching English and Spanish in Portugal. He earned his MBA from Stony Brook University in 2011 where he was awarded the Stony Brook University College of Business Awards for Graduate Academic Excellence and for Outstanding Achievement in Finance. He has also interned at a regional financial services company and at Brookhaven National Laboratory. He is fluent in Spanish and conversant in Portuguese.