Annie Hsieh is a third year joint degree student at Stanford, where she is pursuing a JD and MA in African Studies. Annie has worked on reviewing mining and natural resource legislation in Malawi, and editing a book on constitutional law and women’s rights issues across sub-Saharan Africa. At the law school, she is also Editor-in-Chief of the Stanford Journal of International Law and Co-President of the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project. Prior to Stanford, Annie served as an Engineer officer in the United States Army, and graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Upon graduation, Annie will continue serving in the Army as a Judge Advocate General and hopes to be assigned at the U.S. African Command. In the long term, Annie wants to work on legal development in Africa.