ASCL has a new Executive Assistant

Richard Kay
Dec 29, 2019 · 1 min read

President Richard Kay has announced the appointment of Christina Roux as the new Executive Assistant for the American Society of Comparative Law.The Executive Assistant plays a critical role in the administration of the Society, managing many of its activities, records and finances. Christina is currently Senior Administrative Program Coordinator at Tulane Law School. In her career at Tulane she has accumulated a wealth of experience on a variety of administrative and academic matters, making her well qualified to take on these new responsibilities. Christina replaces Laurie Schnitzer (University of Baltimore) who has ably filled this position for the last seven years. President Kay thanked Laurie for her outstanding service to the Society and declared his confidence that Christina will carry on the same tradition of excellence.


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