Lauren White is the Fellow for the Center. In that capacity, she has significant administrative roles related to communications, marketing and fundraising, and is involved in the training and organization of other student staff members. Her area of scholarship and research for the Center is intercountry adoption, and she is the team leader for the Adoption group of the Center. Lauren White has been a primary research assistant for Professor Smolin in regard to the financial aspects of intercountry adoption, a topic related to Professor Smolin’s role as an Independent Expert on Intercountry Adoption for the Hague Conference on Private International Law. Lauren White is a second-year student at Cumberland School of Law, and is a joint-degree J.D./MBA student. She received an Honors Bachelor of Business Administration with a marketing concentration from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2011. Lauren is a junior editor for Cumberland Law Review and has served on the Honor Court since 2011. In addition to her work for the Center on Children’s Issues, her professional interests include business and tax law and economic policy.
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