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The Fulbright Foreign Student Program enables exceptional students from 155 countries to visit the United States for one year of study at a wide variety of universities, including the University of Cincinnati. Fulbright scholarships are sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, with the aim of promoting peace and understanding through educational exchange between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. Since its founding in 1947, many Fulbright program alumni have gone on to become heads of state, Pulitzer Prize winners and Nobel laureates.
UC College of Law is proud to have four Fulbright students in the 2020 LLM class: Stephen Mudibo of Kenya, Nurbek Sabirove of Kyrgyzstan, Zamira Saidi of Afghanistan, and Galina Seregina of Russia. The students were selected by their home countries, not only for academic achievement but also their civic contributions. After selection, the Institute of International Education (IIE) works to match students with universities offering programs in their field of study.
“We are grateful for the relationship with UC Law and pleased with the quality of the program of study provided here”, said Alex Barroca, academic placement advisor from the Institute of International Education.
Prior to coming to Cincinnati, Stephen Mudibo worked on legal research, advising and trademarking at Simba and Simba Law Firm in Kenya, which specializes in corporate law and intellectual property. Mudibo previously worked with UN Habitat, the United Nations program for promoting sustainable human settlements in urban areas. Mubido is a graduate of the Kenya School of Law.
Nurbek Sabirov is a partner at Kalikov & Associates Law Firm in the Kyrgyz Republic, with extensive litigation and arbitration experience. Sabirov has also participated in working groups leading to changes in labor, business, tax, and civil procedure codes. Sabirov is a graduate of the Department of Law at Kyrgyz National University
Zamira Saidi is a licensed defense attorney at Shajjan & Associates in Afghanistan, and has coached and judged at international moot court competitions. In 2016 Saidi founded the Afghan Women Education and Empowerment Services Organization (AWEESO). Saidi is a graduate of Kabul University.
Galina Seregina has consulting experience in international tax law at the Offcy Trust House in Russia, and previously as a paralegal with Cliff Legal Services. In 2018 Seregina and her team advanced to the International Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition after winning in the Qualifying Rounds in Moscow. Seregina is a graduate of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL) with both master’s and bachelor’s degrees in International Law.
Featured image: Fulbright students in the LLM program (L to R): Stephen Mudibo, Zamira Saidi, Galina Seregina, and Nurbek Sabirov
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