International Court of Justice
Hello judges and advocates.
I'm Enzo Hsu, a senior at Pacific American School, and it's an honor to serve as your President for the ICJ this year. I started my MUN journey in 9th grade as a delegate striving to grasp the hold of analyzing international affairs and reach compromises between various stances for a feasible solution. Among lobbying, resolution drafting, and many other professional aspects of MUN, I found myself most intrigued by the intensive verbal debate and presentation, which led me onto an ICJ path since my sophomore year. Since then I've been in ICJ for 4 conferences. I personally have taken on every role in the ICJ before (witness, judge, advocate, student officer), so I understand that ICJ may appear as an intimidating committee with its unique procedures and identities. That's why I intend to assist committee members to the best of my ability to create a productive court and memorable STMUN experience for everyone. Feel free to contact me if you need help and see y'all in December!
I am Sophie Lien, a Freshman at Taipei American School (TAS), and it is my greatest pleasure to serve as your Deputy President for the International Court of Justice.
During my first conference as a 7th grader, I was confused and scared. Everyone in the room seemed to know more than I did. However, as I kept continuing my journey with MUN, I have grown tremendously. This program has helped me gain confidence in my public speaking skills, allowed me to make more friends, and pushed me to take risks.
As your Deputy President, I hope to make this conference fun, enjoyable, and exciting. I hope that by the end of the day, you will love this program even more! Other than MUN, I also enjoy playing volleyball, dancing, and listening to Tate McRae’s music. I look forward to getting to know all of you and talking to everyone (I am a very social person, so please talk to me)! I am so excited for this conference, and I will see you all at STMUN XIV!