Kamila Bury studied law at the University of Gdansk and at Heinrich Heine University in Dusseldorf, Germany, and worked at a corporate law office in Germany before earning her LL.M. at Vanderbilt.
Kamila chose Vanderbilt because of its small size � “Our LL.M. class had 25 people, and at other schools had more than 100 LL.M. students” � and its strong corporate law department.
“I worked as a research assistant for Professor Randall Thomas studying class action and derivative suits and for Professor Margaret Blair doing research about single-entity problems in antitrust,” she says. “You learn a lot when you work one on one with a professor.”
Kamila received offers from law firms in both Germany and Poland after the New York job fair in spring 2007 and ultimately accepted a position with a Polish law firm.