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Examining International Law Enforcement Cooperation
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Alexander CohenAlexander Cohen, a Junior at the School of Diplomacy and International Relations returned to the Seton Hall campus this September after completing a summer internship at the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. National Central Bureau of Interpol in Washington, D.C. At his internship, Alexander was offered the opportunity to learn about extradition and mutual assistance treaties, agreements, and statutes that facilitate and affect international law enforcement cooperation. Assigned to the Drug Investigative Unit, Alexander became aware of issues affecting international criminal investigations and humanitarian assistance. “I saw interesting examples of diplomacy’s effect on international law enforcement while at Interpol,” Alexander noted. “ In addition, I brainstormed with DOJ officials on ideas to better help our counterparts around the world.” He added, “My time with Interpol gave me phenomenal experience in international law enforcement. I have been eyeing a career in law for a while, and my internship allowed me to combine my two interests- international relations and the legal process.”

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