POLI Alumni Spotlight: Adisada Dudic

Adisada is a 2007 graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, summa cum laude, with a Minor in Spanish Language. While at VCU, Adisada received the Outstanding Scholar in Political Science Award in 2006 and Dean’s Academic Achievement Award in 2007. She also served as a Legislative Intern for then State Senator, now Virginia’s Attorney General, Mark Herring as part of VCU’s Capital Semester at the Virginia General Assembly during the 2007 legislative session.
Following her time at VCU, Adisada went on to pursue her dreams of becoming an attorney. She received her Juris Doctorate degree with a Concentration in Business Law and Regulation as well as her Master of Laws in International and Comparative Law from Cornell University Law School. During her time at Cornell Law School, Adisada also studied International Commercial Arbitration and Comparative Corporate Law and Governance at the Institute of International and Comparative Law at Université de Paris I, Pantheon Sorbonne, in Paris, France. She served as an Editor of the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, President of Cornell Women’s Law Coalition, and Clinical Liaison to Avon Global Center for Women and Justice. Adisada is a 2011 recipient of the Freeman Award for Civil-Human Rights.
Adisada is currently an Associate and Global Knowledge Manager at Fragomen Worldwide’s Washington, DC, office. As a member of its Global Knowledge Management Team, Adisada provides internal and client guidance on novel and complex global immigration issues, maintains Fragomen’s extensive global immigration reference library, and develops multifaceted products to service Fragomen’s international client corporations and organizations.