Law School Delegation Meets with Ambassador Andrew, ’83 in Costa Rica
Associate Dean For Graduate Studies James P. Nehf; Academic Advisor Anthony Masseria; and Azálea Assaf-Parnell, LL.M. ’12, visited Universidad Latinoamericana de Ciencia y Tecnología (ULACIT), a small private university in San José, Costa Rica, with a law program of approximately 100 students. Professor Nehf gave a lecture on using consumer protection laws as a way to avoid another global financial crisis. During this trip, Nehf, Masseria, and Assaf-Parnell visited with the dean of the law faculty and other university officials to discuss potential future collaborations. The three also met with the U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica, Anne Slaughter Andrew, ’83, to discuss ways for the McKinney School of Law to increase its presence and impact legal education and the profession. Masseria and Assaf-Parnell also met with several current ULACIT students to discuss the benefits of earning a graduate degree in law in the United States.