Anxhela (Angela) Mile recently graduated from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University with both her J.D. and LL.M. in Global Environmental Law. During law school, Anxhela focused on strengthening her litigation skills by working as an intern for Federal Judge Edgardo Ramos in the Southern District of New York, as well as at the Department of Justice and the United Nations.
Anxhela served as the Research and Writing Editor of the Pace Environmental Law Review and helped first-year law students refine their legal research and writing skills as the Dean’s Scholar for Legal Skills.
Anxhela has published articles and blog posts on pressing legal issues related to environmental and international law and co-authored a chapter in a book, “Fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goals,” scheduled for publication in 2021. Her LL.M. thesis on seeking an advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice is also scheduled for publication 2021 in the Texas International Law Review.
Anxhela is fluent in Albanian.