Christopher Mohr is a dual JD/MSFS student concentrating in Global Politics and Security. Originally from Los Angeles, California, he received his B.A. in International Relations from Tufts University with a concentration in international finance. As an undergraduate, Chris completed research on State Capitalism in China and held internships at the Foreign Service Institute and Interscope Records. Prior to graduate school, Chris worked at Command Group, an international security and intelligence consulting firm in DC focusing on executive protection, customs management, emergency response, and civil defense. Chris spent the last year completing his first year of law school at Georgetown University Law Center. He is particularly interested in public international law and international institutions, especially in the areas of arms control and treaty negotiation and implementation.