The Oxford Global Justice and Public International Law internship programme enabled me to spend my summer months working at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, in New York City. The Carnegie Council is a forum for the world's leading academics, practitioners, experts, and officials to discuss the role of ethics in international affairs. A central part of my time at the Council was spent working on their flagship journal, Ethics & International Affairs. There, I assisted the editors with several upcoming issues, soliciting new pieces, working on copy-editing and peer review, and helping to shape the journal's contents. I also had the opportunity to write two reviews that will be published in the Spring. Thanks to the Oxford Law Faculty and the Planethood Foundation, I had an enriching summer experience that has set the stage for further work in international law and international affairs.