Adam_Shutie

Adam Shutie is a Staff Blogger for the SAIS Observer writing on international law. Although originally from London, he spent his formative years as an expat in Southern Germany, before returning to England to read law at the University of Cambridge. During his undergraduate years he was President of the German Society and volunteered his time working on an expert panel on human trafficking. Since graduating in 2012, he has been involved in drafting a new constitution for the Republic of Tunisia, and has worked as a lawyer and consultant in India and Malaysia. He can be reached at ashutie1@jhu.edu.

Adam Shutie is a Staff Blogger for the SAIS Observer writing on international law. Although originally from London, he spent his formative years as an expat in Southern Germany, before returning to England to read law at the University of Cambridge. During his undergraduate years he was President of the German Society and volunteered his time working on an expert panel on human trafficking. Since graduating in 2012, he has been involved in drafting a new constitution for the Republic of Tunisia, and has worked as a lawyer and consultant in India and Malaysia. He can be reached at ashutie1@jhu.edu.