Name: Leopoldine Brauner
Hometown: Paris, France
Prior Education: I have a Bachelor degree in History from the Sorbonne in Abu Dhabi and went to Law School at Panthéon-Assas University in Paris.
What I did before Law School: I did several internships, including one at Fidal, a French business law firm.
Why I chose Penn Law: I chose Penn Law for the prestige and reputation of studying at a known Ivy League institution. I also love the city of Philadelphia.
My best experience at Penn Law: I participated during Winter Break to a Service Trip to Beirut, Lebanon, in the scope of the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP), in order to assist legally Syrian refugees in Lebanon who are seeking resettlement in the United States.
Professor who influenced me most: Professor Gideon Parchomovsky, an amazing professor!
My favorite course: International commercial Arbitration.
My favorite Philadelphia moment: The nights spent with my classmates at the Kimmel Center, listening to the Philadelphia Orchestra.
What I am most proud of: Being part of this amazing program and meeting people from around the world!
My extracurricular activities at Penn Law: Attending interesting conferences about various topics and going to group fitness classes at the UPenn Fitness.
My favorite place of activity on the University Campus: The bookstore cafe and the Locust walk.