Malibu native Alexander Fullman has been awarded a Marshall Scholarship from the United Kingdom. He is one of 34 students to receive the scholarship, which selects graduate students from across the United States to study in the U.K.
Fullman is studying political science with a minor in communication law and media policy at the University of Southern California and will graduate in the spring.
He is the editor-in-chief of the USC Journal of Law and Society and past president of the USC Blackstonians Pre-Law Honor Society.
Fullman was also a 2011-2012 Presidential Fellow at the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, and is currently an inaugural University Fellow with Jewish World Watch.
He has received grants to research Citizens United, and his work has appeared in publications like the Washington Undergraduate Law Review, The Fellows Review and the USC Journal of Law and Society.
Fullman intends to study the electoral systems of the U.K. and the U.S. at the University of Oxford.