Arshan B.


Arshan is a JD student at Yale Law School. Before heading to New Haven, he earned a Master of Science in African Studies at St. Antony’s College, Oxford, and a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service in International Politics at Georgetown University. While in Washington, Arshan interned at the White House for President Barack Obama, at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and at the House of Representatives. An officer in the US Army Reserve, Arshan is passionate about national security. He has spoken on foreign policy at the Oxford Union and the Munich Security Conference. His book, “Chronicles of Caesar’s Wars,” is the first translation of Napoleon’s history of Julius Caesar.

Arshan has served as a coach and trainer in academic and military settings, in addition to tutoring at a jail in Virginia. Enthusiastic about writing, he regularly helps students with academic papers and admissions essays. He is also committed to helping people think through their academic and career possibilities.

Arshan enjoys studying languages, reading books, working out, flying planes, and traveling abroad.


Education & Qualifications
  • Yale Law School, JD Candidate
  • St. Antony’s College, Oxford, MS in African Studies
  • Georgetown University, BS in Foreign Service in International Politics
  • Legal Studies
  • JD Admissions
  • College Admissions