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Dana Neacsu is a reference law librarian at Columbia Law School’s Arthur Diamond Law Library. She has a law degree from the Bucharest University Faculty of law, an advanced law degree from the University of Caen School of Law and Political Science, in Normandy, France, an LL.M. from Harvard Law School, and she is a member of the New York bar. Dana is expecting her MLS degree from CUNY College this December.
Dana has written articles on substantive law (product liability and
immigration) and jurisprudence (critical legal studies). She enjoys being
a part of the legal academic environment and she is looking forward to
becoming a pro-bono lawyer representing asylum seekers under the aegis
of the New York City Bar Association. In her spare time she enjoys high-speed
The FCIL SIS Executive Committee congratulates Dana Neacsu on two recent publications: a thought-provoking article, “CLS Stands for Critical Legal Studies, If Anyone Remembers” in Volume VIII, Issue No. 2 of Brooklyn Law School’s Journal of Law and Policy, and “Doing Legal Research in Romania” for LLRX.com (http://www.llrx.com/features/romania.htm).