Joseph Mansilla is a 2019 JD graduate of Cornell Law School, where he developed a strong interest in antitrust law. At Cornell, Joseph served as a Teaching Assistant for Cornell’s undergraduate antitrust class. He was a law clerk and in the ethics and anti-corruption compliance program of SAS, the largest privately held software company in the world. At SAS he conducted due diligence inspections and updated the standard due diligence procedures.
Before law school, Joseph worked at the World Bank in Washington, DC. There, he was part of a three-person team in a million-dollar grant operation to address sex- and gender-based violence in Africa. He also helped raise funds through the Nordic Trust Fund to conduct a human rights research, and he was an active member of the LGBT staff association, where he helped research the “economic cost of homophobia.” He was hired by the World Bank for his work on youth-led grassroots advocacy work in his home island of Mindanao in the Philippines, focusing on social accountability and conflict resolution.
J.D. Cornell Law School
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