For nearly two years, Ms. Torres served as Dean's Fellow to one of the world's leading arbitrators, former Secretary General of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, Dr. Horacio Grigera Naón. In this role she conducted research on pertinent issues in international commercial arbitration and bilateral investment treaty disputes, including but not limited to: enforceability; corruption; expropriation; and, fair and equitable treatment. She participated as an arbitrator and co-authored bench memoranda for the Center on International Commercial Arbitration's Annual LL.M. Moot Competitions. Her experiences as a Dean's Fellow and as Associate Managing Editor of American University Business Law Review encouraged Ms. Torres to write her law review comment on international commercial arbitration in Puerto Rico. After law school, Ms. Torres clerked for judges on Maryland's District Court and The Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Today, Ms. Torres is a criminal prosecutor in Tampa, Florida.