Tianyi Xin

Tianyi Xin

Associate World Fellow
Yale Law School

Tianyi “Tian Tian” Xin is a third-year student at Yale Law School. Before law school, she served for five years as an active duty Military Intelligence Officer in the US Army. Most recently in uniform, she worked as a speechwriter to the Commanding General of Fort Hood and III Corps, where she deployed in 2016 to Baghdad as part of the counter-ISIL coalition. Prior to working as a speechwriter, she was stationed in Camp Red Cloud, South Korea and deployed in 2014 as individual augmentee to the 2nd Ranger Battalion in eastern Afghanistan. In May 2011, she graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a B.S. in International Relations. At YLS, she has been involved as a Herbert J. Hansell student fellow for the Center for Global Legal Challenges, a board member for Yale Law Women, a co-President of the Yale Law Veterans, and an editor on the Yale Law Journal. 

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