Sarah Ludwick is a Legal & Policy Intern at TIMEP. She is currently pursuing her J.D. at Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to attending Georgetown, she spent two years in Beirut, Lebanon while studying for her M.A. at the American University of Beirut’s Center for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies. While attending AUB, she served as a Graduate Research Assistant, conducting extensive research on a wide range of topics including consumerism and social inequality in Lebanon, shifting cultural lexicons in Arabic and English, and economic histories of Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria. Her own research focuses on the intersections of law, violence, gender, and state-building in 1940s Lebanon. She also holds a B.A. from Brigham Young University where she double-majored in Middle Eastern Studies and Arabic Language and studied abroad in Amman, Jordan.