Olivia Rosenzweig is a rising 2L from Englewood, NJ. She attended the University of Chicago, graduating in 2019 with a BA in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations and an MA in International Relations. While at UChicago, Olivia volunteered helping local immigrants in the city study for their citizenship tests and was very active with the campus Jewish community. She speaks Hebrew and Arabic and was Editor-in-Chief of the Arabic Language Journal her fourth year of college. Post-graduation, Olivia worked as a paralegal at a large immigration law firm in New York City. At Penn Law, Olivia is co-president of the Jewish Law Student Association, Director of Partnerships for the American Constitution Society, and a pro bono volunteer with the Penn Law International Refugee Assistance Project. This summer, Olivia is interning for the Security Exchange Commission’s Office of International Affairs for the first half and for Judge Baylson in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania for the second. During her free time, Olivia enjoys reading novels, journaling, running, and attempting to bowl with her team in the Penn Law Bowling League. She looks forward to meeting Penn Law’s incoming class of 2024!