Temple Law graduates to serve as interns at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague

Temple Law graduates to serve as interns at the International
Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague

Keith Greenwald ’13 and Lauren Vogel ’13 have been offered
internships at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former
Yugoslavia (ICTY) at the Hague. Greenwald will serve in the Office
of the Prosecutor for three months this winter while Vogel will
serve in the Victims and Witnesses Section for six months beginning
this fall. Vogel will be succeeding Rachael Steenhold ’12, who is
currently finishing up her internship at the VWS. 

Greenwald and Vogel were guided in their application process by
Liz Turchi LL.M. ’11, a graduate of the Transnational LL.M. program
and the former assistant director of Temple Law’s Office of
Graduate and International Programs. Turchi now works in the
Victims and Witnesses Sections.

Both Greenwald and Vogel hope to use their ICTY internships to
launch careers in international criminal law.