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EDUCATION

 

   

 

University of Minnesota Law School   

Minneapolis, MN

Juris Doctor

May 2005

           - President, Law Council

          - Student Representative, University of Minnesota Board of Regents

           - University Senator

            - Editor-in-Chief, 3L Thursdays

            - Columnist, The Minnesota Daily

            - Editor-in-Chief, The Bar Review Weekly, ’02-‘05

            - T.O.R.T. Musical Troupe: Producer, Writer, Technical Director

 

 

University of Southern California        

Los Angeles, CA

BA, International Relations        

May 2000

            - Honored as Renaissance Scholar for breadth and quality of work

           - Completed 5 years of coursework in 3 years

           - Independent Study: "Impacts of the Figueroa Corridor Project"

           - Independent Study: "Hollywood's Affect on the World Affairs"

 

 

University of California at Los Angeles 

Los Angeles, CA

Extension Program

1999

           - Marketing Films in the Global Marketplace

           - Buying and Selling Intellectual Property Rights for Film

 

 

EXPERIENCE

 

 

 

Chain, Younger, Cohen & Stiles

Bakersfield, CA

Summer Associate

May  – August 2003

            - Researched issues of law and fact

           - Drafted legal motions and internal legal memoranda

           - Facilitated client correspondence

           - Attended depositions, settlement conferences, and court hearings

 

 

 

Los Angeles Jewish Symphony

Los Angeles, CA

Assistant the Executive Director

October 2001 – May 2002

            - Developed and assisted in marketing, logistics, and finance

 

 

 

Service Employees International Union

Los Angeles, CA

Organizer/Researcher

August – October 2001

 

 

Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

Volunteer Speaker

January 2001 – August 2001

           - Giving sex education talks at LA area high schools

 

 

California Democratic Party

Los Angeles, CA

Volunteer

March – May 2001; May 2002

            - Organized and coordinated volunteer office at the 2001 and 2002 State Convention

 

 

Gore-Lieberman 2000 Inc.                  

Nashville, TN

National Advance Staff

                        August – December 2000

            - Created event sites for Vice Presidential Candidate

           - Planned press logistics for local and traveling press for all National PartyCandidates

           - Coordinated motorcades for both Candidates and their guests

           -Specialized in building crowds for events with Vice Presidential Candidate

 

 

Democratic National Convention Committee

Los Angeles, CA

Special Assistant – Media Village Coordinator 

May – August 2000

Volunteer Coordinator – Media Arrangements & Operations

            - Designed and negotiated the layout of the outdoor Media Village, the interior

              Los Angeles Convention Center, Radio Row and Talk Show Row

           - Oversaw construction, operation and dismantling of the Media Village

           - Recruited, trained, and planned logistics for 80+ volunteers

           - Directly supervised five interns

Intern

January – May 2000

          - Awarded "Best Intern" for work on convention

           - Designed and negotiated layout of 300+ media vehicles for the outdoor              

              Media Village, inside the Los Angeles Convention Center, Radio Row, and

              Talk Show Row

 

 

Daily Trojan, USC

Los Angeles, CA

Viewpoint Columnist

January – May 2000

 

 

Student Committee on Admissions & Recruitment, USC

Los Angeles, CA

Student Recruiter

October 1997 – May 2000

           - Awarded "Student Recruiter of the Year" 1997-98

           - Recruited high school students at college fairs

 

 

SKILLS

 

Proven public speaker, effective writing skills, solid research skills, smart, great in high-stress environments, quick learner, fun at parties (proven as UMN Law School's Bar Review Man for the 2002-2003 year).