Solomon Bashi is currently an associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP in New York City where he has been working since graduating from Northwestern University School of Law in 2009. Solomon has spent much of his adult life living abroad and, as such, has experienced many different forms of government. Before starting at his present job, Solomon worked at the Office of the Co-Prosecutor at the International Tribunal in the Courts of Cambodia. Solomon is also a Captain In the United States Army Reserve and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2013. Mr. Bashi’s publications include The CFTC Further Clarifies End-User Exception to the Mandatory Clearing Requirement for Swaps and Prosecuting Starvation in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (Wisconsin International Law Journal, Spring 2011).