My past 10 weeks in Cambodia have surpassed all expectations, and I am so grateful for this opportunity to have lived and learned in the Pearl of Asia. I’ve become more knowledgeable about a variety of legal, economic, and environmental issues in Cambodia and look forward to applying what I’ve learned back at William & Mary.
The greatest part of my internship was the people I worked with at ODC–a team tirelessly dedicated to the development and progress of Cambodia. It’s been inspiring getting to know their unique backgrounds and future aspirations; I will definitely miss them all!
I returned to Otres Beach, Sihaounkville (where I visited a few weeks ago) and visited Bokor Mountain on my last weekend in the country. What made the trip even more memorable was the ODC team coming along too!
Here are some of the moments that made this past weekend–and my time in Cambodia–truly a memorable one!
On Otres Beach
Fresh seafood feast!
ODC sand candles
Atop Bokor Mountain
Once again, I’d like to thank the Program in Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, Professor Christie Warren, and all the law school donors who made this internship possible. Aw-koon ch'ran!