Remi Cordelle

Dear Delegates,

Welcome to the Legal Committee of the General Assembly at this iteration of ILMUNC! My name is Remi and it is my honor to be your chair for the duration of this conference. I hope that you will enjoy your time here and that you will leave filled with great memories! The whole dais and secretariat has been working tremendously hard to deliver one of the International Affairs Association’s best conference yet.

Let me begin by introducing myself. I am a Junior studying economics and computer science in the College at Penn. I was originally born in France but my parents currently live in Dubai. I’ve been involved with the IAA since I arrived at Penn first joining UPMUNC branch which organizes the college MUN conference, and also taking part of international conferences in Vietnam. I’ve had the chance to be a senior staffer at the past two ILMUNCs and I couldn’t be more excited to continue for this year.

I hope that you’ll enjoy the thought provoking topics during committee. I look forward to hearing innovative solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges. I hope that the topics will stimulate your interest and creativity. I have the utmost confidence in your abilities to produce lively debate and discussion. If you have any questions or thoughts, please feel free to reach out! I can’t wait to meet all of you!

Sincerely,

Remi Cordelle

Chair, Legal Committee
The 35th Ivy League Model United Nations Conference

Amanda Paolino

Dear Delegates,

Welcome to ILMUNC! My name is Amanda Paolino and I will be serving as your moderator for the Legal Committee. I am extremely excited to be working with Remi to provide you with an amazing delegate experience over the course of the weekend!

A little bit about myself- I am currently a junior majoring in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the University of Pennsylvania with a minor in Survey Research and Data Analytics. Although I did not venture far from my home of Philadelphia for college, I grew a passion for world affairs during my high school years that led to my involvement in Penn’s International Affairs Association. I have both staffed and chaired numerous MUN conferences from Philadelphia all the way to China, and I can say with confidence that it has always been a great experience. Apart from Model UN, I enjoy engaging in projects with local Philadelphia students as a mentor for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program as well as my sorority’s local philanthropic efforts.

Please feel free to reach out to either Remi or me with questions throughout the weekend. I look forward to meeting all of you in January, and I hope you are equally as excited to share your awesome ideas at the conference!

Best,

Amanda Paolino

Moderator, Legal Committee
The 35th Ivy League Model United Nations Conference