Justin Murdock is a sophomore at the School of Public and International Affairs pursuing a minor in History and a certificate in European Cultural Studies. He has lived in various locations, notably New York, Florida, Korea and Japan. Justin is proficient in German, French and Dutch, having keen interests in Western grand strategy and transatlantic trade politics. At Princeton, Justin is the Cliosophic chair of the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, chief of staff of Princeton’s Model United Nations Conference, forum contributor for the Princeton Legal Journal, and treasurer of Princeton Men’s Club Lacrosse. Previously, he served as a research specialist at the New York Legislative Service, providing clients with critical intelligence on New York legislative intent and history. He interned at the New York District Attorney’s Office, shadowing urban hate crime policy proposals under District Attorney Cyrus Vance.