Lanto Fifaliana R.

Student-attorney under the supervision of Professor Bryan McGann at DUKE STARTUP VENTURES CLINIC

Master's Degree

United States

Summary

I am a Madagascar-trained lawyer currently attending the LL.M program at Duke University School of Law. Following graduation in May of 2018, I intend to take the July administration of the New York Bar Examination and will, subsequently, be available to begin work starting in August. I am interested in Law and Entrepreneurship, Corporate Law, cross-border transactions, Intellectual Property, Commercial, and Bankruptcy Law, and International Business Law (encompassing among others: International Trade Law, International Investment Law, African Business Law and East Asian Business Law). As a fluent English and native French and Malagasy speaker, I am comfortable in highly diverse and multicultural environments. I have worked with diverse teams around the world including Germany, South Africa, the Ivory Coast, and the United States. My academic credentials and focus on international development, particularly in the context of my native Madagascar, led me to receive the Fulbright Scholarship.

Experience

  • law
  • development
  • economic policy
  • private sector development
  • public administration
  • madagascar
  • germany
  • south africa
  • united states
  • Sectors
  • Funders
  • Countries
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