The 2013-14 Moot Court Board Consists of:
Iram Huq ’15 (President)
Iram studied law as an undergraduate degree in her home country (India), during which time she also participated in the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington D.C., and the Willem C. Vis International Arbitration Competition in Vienna. She was a quarter-finalist at both events and highly ranked as a speaker and researcher. At Harvard, she aims to help others achieve even better results by encouraging collaboration between moot court participants and ensuring that teams are afforded complete internal and external support in their endeavors.
Iram is a former clerk of the Supreme Court of India. She spent her 1L summer working for the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and consuming copious amounts of hot sauce.
Sarah Kalin ’14 (Vice-President)
Sarah is a Co-Captain of Harvard’s Foreign Direct Investment Arbitration Moot Team and is also involved with the Harvard Law & International Development Society and the Harvard International Law Journal.
Sarah was born and raised in Zurich, Switzerland and has been living in the Boston area for the past several years. She graduated from Tufts University with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Chemical Physics. After graduation, she worked at a medical device company, where as International Business Development Team Leader, one of her primary responsibilities was overseeing an international distribution network. This work deepened her interest in international development and particularly exploring the role that the private sector should and does play in fostering development abroad through technology and knowledge transfer, as well as direct investment. During her 1L and 2L summers, Sarah was a Summer Associate at Freshfields, Bruckhaus & Deringer US LLP and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, respectively.
Derrick Sutter ’14 (Treasurer)
Phil Underwood ’14 (Communications Manager)
Phil Underwood is the captain of the 2014 Jessup International Moot Court team. He is also a member of the Harvard Law and International Development Society, Prison Legal Assistance Project and International Law Journal. During law school, Phil has worked for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, in New York, and the Republic of South Africa National Prosecuting Authority in Cape Town. Phil’s interests include combating international corruption and watching hockey. As Communications Director, Phil is in charge of maintaining the online presence of the Moot Court Board and maintaining contacts with the Board’s internal and external constituencies.
Additionally, we’ll be adding two first-year members later this fall. Keep an eye on this website for announcements!