Sumeng Chen

Sumeng Chen earned his bachelors degree in linguistics from Peking University.Sumeng is currently a third-year law student and has been working as a researchassistant at the Competition Law Center since January 2014. At the Competition LawCenter, Sumeng worked on the World Competition Database and conducted researchin international antitrust enforcement area. Besides working at the CLC, Sumeng alsoadvised The World Bank Group on procurement issues.


Magdalena (Magda) Rogosz

Magda Rogosz earned her undergraduate degree from University of California,Berkeley (UC Berkeley). She majored in Political Economy with specialization inglobalization, and minored in Public Policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy atUC Berkeley. Before attending law school, Magda worked as a paralegal in acorporate practice group at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosati in Palo Alto, CA.

Magda is currently a second year student at The George Washington University LawSchool. She is a member of the International Law in Domestic Courts Journal. Inaddition, she serves as a research assistant to Professor William Kovacic in the field ofantitrust law. Magda is currently working as a legal intern at the Federal TradeCommission in the Office of Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen.

Joshua Duvall

Joshua Duvall is a third-year student at The George Washington University LawSchool and expects to graduate with a J.D. in May 2015. Mr. Duvall earned hisbachelors in Management Studies while working full-time in the IT industry prior tomatriculation into law school. Mr. Duvall's business acumen combined with hispassion for finance and economics are the underpinnings for his interest incompetition law. Mr. Duvall recommends Naked Economics by Charles Wheelan foranyone interested in an easy-to-read primer on economic theory.  

Yihong Zhang

Yihong Zhang is a Chinese national and earned her bachelor of law degree, aswell as Bachelor of Arts in English, in Renmin University of China in Beijing. Sheis active in comparative legal study between US and China laws, and her graduateessay for bachelor of law is on the antitrust regulations of US, Europe and Chinaover the patent pool. In Beijing, she interned for Fangben Law Firm andvolunteered in Creative Commons of Mainland China. In US, she interned for D.C.Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, drafting memorandum on howthe pending North Carolina case would influence the licensing law of DC concerning the competition law issue. She is also a research assistant at theCompetition Law Center.

Thu Hoang

Thu Hoang is a J.D. candidate at The George Washington University Law Schooland expects to complete her degree in May 2015. She obtained her Bachelor ofLaws at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London. She is an activemember of the G.W. Antitrust Law Association and a Vice-Chair of the Giles RichIntellectual Property Moot Court Competition at G.W. Thu is also currentlyparticipating in the Global Antitrust Institute Invitational moot courtcompetition.

Michael Ferrari

Michael Ferrari is a third-year law student at the George Washington UniversityLaw School and expects to receive his J.D. in 2015. He graduated with degrees inboth History and Political Science from the University of California, Los Angelesin 2010.

Mr. Ferrari has interned for the Federal Trade Commission in a number of theiroffices including the Office of Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen, the SanFrancisco Regional Office, the Health Care Division, and the Office of InternationalAffairs. He currently serves as a Research Assistant for former head of the DOJAntitrust Division, Professor Donald I. Baker. At the George Washington LawSchool, Mr. Ferrari is a member of the Federal Communications Commission LawJournal, the GW Antitrust Law Association, the Hispanic Law Student Association,and Lambda Law.

Tess Zhu

Tess Zhu is currently in her second year of law school. Originally a Los Angelesnative, she double majored in history and government at Cornell University. Shehas had experience interning with a boutique aviation and tax firm and abusiness immigration firm. During her undergraduate years, she had interned afew summers in China, researching governmental policies, and translatingemployment contracts and energy documents.


Student Fellows 2012-2013

Student Fellows 2013-2014