|JD Expected June 2013|
Stanford Law School
Journal: Senior Online Editor of the Stanford Law Review
Activities: Moot Court, Timor-Leste Legal Education Program, Streetlaw, Mock Trial
|September 2006 – June 2010|
Degree: B.A. in Political Science with Honors in International Security Studies; Computer Science minor; with distinction
Honors: Graduate with Distinction, Honors in International Security Studies
Activities: Mock Trial, Outdoor Education Program, Stanford Pre-Orientation Trips, EMT Program
|July – August 2012|
Provided legal research and writing on a variety of legal issues in support of federal environmental litigation. My work focused on administrative law and civil procedure in the Ninth Circuit.
|June – July 2012|
Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt, & Mosle, LLP
Conducted legal research and drafted memoranda for the litigation and international arbitration practice groups.
|January 2010 – December 2012|
Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation
Web Developer, Research Assistant
Project funded by the Department of Defense and National Science Foundation under Dr. Martha Crenshaw. Analyzed the interactions among terrorist organizations in Iraq and prepared reports on the groups’ histories, leadership, and relations with other groups. Developed web software to display the interactions and evolutions among terrorist groups over time.
|June – August 2011|
National Park Service
I conducted legal research and drafted memoranda advising the Park on public lands and environmental issues. I also drafted legal documents required for the implementation of certain park programs.
|June – August 2009|
Partnership for a Secure America
Developed an online interactive map to illustrate the security of Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal. Designed a method to measure bipartisan cooperation in Congress and analyzed the history of bipartisanship on national security and foreign policy issues. Researched and wrote weblog entries. Attended hearings, wrote and organized mass emails. Updated and maintained website. Prepared briefings for senior officials.
|March 2008 – June 2010|
Stanford Outdoor Education Program
Instructor, Leader Trainer, Web Developer
Redesigned the program website (http://www.stanford.edu/class/ges7). Built a new backend based on PHP and MySQL to provide efficient archiving of class materials and trip logs. Led Stanford students and community leaders on weekend trips. Taught basic mountaineering, minimum impact, group dynamics, and outdoor leadership skills.