Christian Schreiber (National Center for State Courts International Programs Division)
Christian graduated with Honors from Michigan State University (MSU) in 2012 with a major in History and minor in Spanish. At MSU he studied abroad twice, fostering his interest in international law. The summer before his freshman year he spent 2 weeks in Dublin and Cork, Ireland, studying the effect of the Celtic Tiger economic movement on Irish culture. He then studied Spanish phonetics, literature, and culture for 8 weeks at the Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo in Santander, Spain, during the summer of 2011. Knowing since high school that he wanted to pursue a career in law, Christian focused on American constitutional history in his undergraduate studies, writing his honors thesis on the evolution of symbolic speech. Following graduation, Christian’s love of history and tradition lead him to William & Mary Law School, where he is currently pursuing a JD. Christian will be working this summer at the National Center for State Courts, International Programs Division in Arlington, Virginia.