Agnish is a sophomore at Washington University in St. Louis. Currently a Systems Engineering major with a minor in Computer Science and on a Pre-Law track. His interests lie in environmental and education policy, and the question of how our currently legal system will evolve to regulate the internet. At Washu he: has held a chair position with Washu’s Congress of the South 40 and oversaw the use of a $60,000 budget, holds a TA position and tutors for various courses, and will conduct legal research for Washu’s interdisciplinary environmental law clinic in the coming semester.
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