Sophie Huve is the 2017-2018 Hillary Rodham Clinton Law Fellow with the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security. She received her LLM in International Legal Studies at Georgetown University Law Center, with a certificate in International Human Rights. While a graduate student, Sophie was vice president of the UN Association – Georgetown Law and participated in the Jean Pictet International Humanitarian Law Competition where she was nominated for the Gilbert-Apollis award. Before coming to Georgetown Law, Sophie interned with the Security Council Affairs Division at the United Nations, where she worked on the UN sanctions regimes, and published a book on Russia’s foreign policy towards the United Nations. Sophie graduated with a Master 2 Degree in International Public Law & International Organizations from Sorbonne Paris I University. She received both her LL.B. and Master 1 Degree of International Public Law from Assas Paris II University, and studied for a while in Moscow. She also received a certificate in International Relations from the IHEI – Assas Paris II University.