Dear Delegates,

Welcome to ILMUNC 36! My name is Eliza Hoang, and I’m more than excited to be your chair for the Legal Committee. Your Secretariat and Staff have been working tirelessly for months to prepare for this conference, so look forward to an amazing weekend ahead!

A little bit about myself: I’m a senior majoring in Economics and International Relations in the College of Arts and Sciences and minoring in Consumer Behavior in the Wharton School. I’m originally from Hanoi, Vietnam, and soon after middle school I moved to the States to attend boarding school. This was where my Model UN career began, and since then, Model UN has become a big part of who I am today. Currently, I am the Senior DDI for Penn’s competitive travel team and have also previously served as a senior staffer for past UPMUNC and ILMUNC. Outside of Model UN, I love to go to SoulCycle and trying out new restaurants in Philly in my free time :)

As a GA delegate myself, I am super excited to chair Legal this year with Ben - it’s our third ILMUNC chairing together! The two topics for this committee are super interesting, and I can’t wait to see you guys debate them. Legal is definitely going to be a competitive committee, but let’s not forget to have fun!!

Please do not hesitate to email your USG if you have any questions regarding the committee and preparation process. Get pumped for a challenging yet exciting weekend, and see you soon at ILMUNC 36!

Sincerely,

Eliza Hoang

Chair of Legal
The 36th Ivy League Model United Nations Conference

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Dear Delegates,

Welcome to ILMUNC 36. I am extremely excited to be your Moderator with Eliza as Chair for the Legal committee. We’ve been working diligently for months to make sure this weekend is extremely memorable and special for all of you. I’m looking forward to seeing what ideas you all come up with.

As I brief introduction of myself, I’m a junior concentrating in Statistics and Finance at the Wharton School. I was born in Chicago, and I mean the actual city of Chicago (definitely not the suburbs). My Model UN career started freshman year of high school and has practically taken over my life ever since. I now compete on Penn’s intercollegiate Model UN team and served as a crisis staffer for UPMUNC 51, a chair for UPMUNC 52, and as a moderator for ILMUNC 34 and 35 (both times with Eliza).

I’m honored to serve as moderator for this committee and genuinely really excited. Eliza and I think this committee has some of the most unique topics we’ve ever seen and cannot wait to see what ideas you come up with. While Topic A is regionalized, the action this body takes can set precedence for cases all around the world. Further, actions taken to address Topic B can shape the development of the economy for years to come. I’m really looking forward to seeing solutions that address both specific, regional solutions and solutions that address the issue at large.

If you have any questions regarding the committee, preparation process, or just about the conference in general, feel free to reach out via email. Get hyped, and I’ll see you soon.

Regards,

Benjamin Golub

Moderator of Legal
The 36th Ivy League Model United Nations Conference