Our Student Editors

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Student Co-Editors-in-Chief:

Duoye Xu is a 3L at Columbia Law School. He graduated from Tsinghua University in 2021 with a Bachelor of Law and a Second Bachelor of Economics. In Spring 2020, he studied at the National University of Singapore for one semester as an exchange student.

Judy Wang is a 3L at Columbia Law School. Originally from Tianjin, China, Judy graduated from Bates College with a double major in history and politics, with a semester abroad in Switzerland through the Smith College Geneva program with the Graduate Institute (IHEID). She was the 2022-23 J.D. Co-President of the Columbia International Arbitration Association (CIAA).

Head Articles Editor:

R. Daniel Knaap is a 3L from the Netherlands who is especially interested in international arbitration and litigation. He used to be an avid competitive swimmer and still loves to swim, hike, and bike in upstate New York. Additionally, he loves off-roading, and his happy place is Canyonlands National Park in Utah. You can always wake him up to discuss an oddly interesting book or film.

Head Online Editor:

Yue-Zhen Li is a 3L at Columbia Law School. Prior to law school, he graduated with honors from the University of Chicago, where he studied philosophy and economics, and received an M.Phil. in political thought from Cambridge University. At Columbia Law, he served as Vice President for the Law & Political Economy (LPE) Project and President of the Society for Chinese Law (SCL). Yue-Zhen has worked at the U.S. District Court for the S.D.N.Y., the U.S. Department of Labor, and a Washington, DC law firm. He is interested in cross-border dispute resolution, comparative law, and legal theory.


Development Editor:

Sébastien Deligne is a 2L at Columbia Law School. He first studied law and political sciences in France at the Sorbonne and Panthéon-Assas before enrolling in Columbia. Among other activities, he is the Columbia Arbitration Day 2024 chair and the President of Columbia’s Francophone Society. Sébastien is very interested in cross-border disputes and maritime / energy cases. He might, however, be even more interested in Rugby and Pâté-Croûte.

Submission Editors:

Olga Krasnenkova is a 2L at Columbia Law School. She graduated from University College London in 2022 with a BA in History and French. During her undergraduate studies, she spent a year living in Paris while attending Sorbonne University, where she undertook courses in History, Law, and Economics. Olga joined ARIA as a staff editor in her first year of law school and simultaneously worked as a Research Assistant for Professor George Bermann. She has a deep-seated passion for Human Rights work. In her 1L summer, Olga took part in Columbia’s Human Rights Internship Program, where she had the opportunity to work in Brussels with the Child-Friendly Justice European Network. She began her journey in stand-up comedy during her undergraduate years, finding it an excellent means to unwind. When not working, Olga can be found doing puzzles or assembling obnoxiously large Lego structures.

Julianna Eboli Andreu is a 3L at Columbia Law School. She was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Miami, FL. She will work at Debevoise and Plimpton upon graduation, where she plans to work in the International Dispute Resolution group. During her time at CLS, Julianna participated in and coached the European Law Moot Court team and was on the board of the DeVinimus Wine Society. Prior to law school, she pursued a master’s degree at the London School of Economics and then worked as a paralegal at a boutique criminal defense firm in Puerto Rico. Outside of JG, she enjoys playing tennis, checking out art exhibits, and discovering the best chocolate chip cookie in NYC (so far, it’s the cookie from Maman!)

Caspar Baumeister is an LL.M. student from Germany. He graduated Law School in 2020 and worked as a Research Assistant to Prof. Joachim Münch in Göttingen, under whose auspices he also wrote a Ph.D. thesis arguing for an amendment to the German arbitration law concerning interim relief. In New York City, he now works as a Research Assistant to Prof. George Bermann.

George Napier is an LL.M. student at Columbia Law School. Prior to coming to Columbia, George was a Solicitor at Herbert Smith Freehills in Sydney, Australia, in the commercial litigation team. George was also an Associate at the Federal Court of Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Distinction) from the University of New South Wales and a Juris Doctor and Master of Laws from the University of Sydney. He is interested in Constitutional law, investment treaty arbitration, antitrust, and jurisprudence.

Chelsey Miao is a 2L at Columbia Law School.  She earned her undergraduate degree in international relations from the University of British Columbia and her master’s degree in law from Tsinghua University.  She also received a certificate from the International Arbitration and Dispute Settlement Program at Tsinghua University.