2-Year LLM Program alum Paloma Cipolla Moguilevsky featured in “Master of Laws” season 3 interview

Post by Prof.  Stephen Horowitz, Legal English Lecturer

The latest interview in the Master of Laws series (conceived and produced by Georgetown Law’s Yi Song) focuses on Georgetown Two-Year LLM Program alum Paloma Cipolla Moguilevsky, an associate at the law firm of Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, DC

How did a moot court competition turn into her job offer at BigLaw?

Paloma initially aspired to become diplomat when she began law school. Fluent in Spanish and English and having been raised in Argentina and Spain, she has a keen interest in international affairs. It was not until she started her LLM at Georgetown that she begun to explore a career in international arbitration. Paloma was a member of the team that represented Gerogetown at the 2018 LLM Commercial & Investment Arbitration Moot Competition. One of the coaches happened to be a lawyer at Jones Day. Paloma stayed in touch with her moot court coach after the competition. When a position became available at Jones Day, Paloma applied and ultimately received the job offer.

What was the job application process for Paloma?

How did she get into BigLaw right after receiving her LLM?

What’s her insight on getting a summer internship position at the World Bank?

Continue on to the Masters of Law Interviews with Yi Song website to listen to and read more about Paloma’s experience and career journey.

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