Student, New York Law School
Naomi Waibel is a third-year student at New York Law School and an affiliate of the Center for Professional Values and Practice. Naomi has served as a research assistant for Professor Gerald Korngold since 2010, researching property law issues as they relate to public policy. In addition to her work with Professor Korngold, Naomi currently works as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Leo M. Gordon at the United States Court of International Trade.
A graduate of the University of Colorado, with degrees in International Affairs and Economics, Naomi has also spent 6 years working in the independent music industry. She currently continues her music endeavors as a part-time writer for a music zine based out of Brooklyn, NY. During the summer and fall of 2011, Naomi was hired at the Paris office of Marccus Partners, to work on a review of the EU Takeover Bids Directive for the European Commission. The final report is expected to be published by the Commission in 2012.
Committed to public service, Naomi is a member of the NYLS Securities Arbitration Clinic and also volunteers as a student advocate for the Domestic Violence Project. Her academic interests include administrative law, securities regulation, and international trade law. Naomi has lived and worked in the US, Japan and France. She was born in Pittsburgh, PA and grew up in Portland, OR.