Students Put Legal Knowledge to Work in Eastern Europe
September 12, 2012
Anastasios Kamoutsas (L) at the A21 headquarters in Greece.
It all started with a nudge from the Career Services Office in Regent University's School of Law. Third-year law students Anastasios Kamoutsas and Mary Hill discovered that the A21 Campaign, an international non-governmental organization dedicated to ending human trafficking around the globe, was hiring interns. One application process later, Kamoutsas was on his way to Greece and Hill found herself in Ukraine.
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