SAMPLE 2L RESUMEANNA BRADY12 Oxford Street Apt. 9Cambridge, MA 02138(617) D LAW SCHOOL, Candidate for J.D., June 2011Activities:Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law ReviewUNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, B.A. in Sociology with Honors, June 2006Honors:Phi Beta KappaStudent MarshalActivities:Breaking Barriers, PresidentEXPERIENCESignificant student activities can go in the experience section,especially when you have a leadership role and/or the activityTENANT ADVOCACY PROJECT, Cambridge, MArelates to the work you are seeking. Fall 2009 – PresentIntake CommitteeReview potential cases for student representation including preliminary factual investigation and legal research.Assess viability of cases and make strategic determinations about which to accept based on available resources andpotential to impact the outcome.Student AdvocateFall 2008 – PresentRepresent public housing residents and applicants at grievance panel hearings and administrative appeals. Prepareclients and witnesses for hearings. Gather supporting documents including medical records, affidavits and policereports. Negotiate with local housing authorities on behalf of clients. Advise members of the public about landlordtenant law and their housing rights.NATIONAL CENTER FOR LAW AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE, New York, NYSummer 2009Assisted with fact development for litigation by interviewing potential named plaintiffs. Conducted research andwrote legal memos on public benefits law and issues relating to federal and state court litigation. Drafted motion forpreliminary injunction. Catalogued documents produced by defendants in discovery.HALT, INC., Washington, DC Remember to vary your language. This description shows the many ways writing2006 – 2008tasks can be described.Program AssistantResearched and wrote opinion editorials and issue briefs. Drafted and submitted comments to state courts and barassociations. Prepared six- to 10-page self-help guides for consumers that explain legal topics in plain language.Composed letters of inquiry, proposal narratives and project budgets. Coordinated major donor relations andfoundation fundraising.EMPLOYMENT JUSTICE CENTER, Washington, DC2007 – 2008Intake VolunteerInterviewed low-income workers about workplace problems. Consulted with experienced employment law attorneysabout legal advice and aid to offer workers. Assisted workers in drafting demand letters, filing complaint forms withadministrative agencies, and preparing pleadings.PERSONALEnjoy public service, dancing, swimming and watching movies.
SAMPLE 2L RESUMESAMANTHA CASTILLO34 Beacon StreetSomerville, MA firstname.lastname@example.org 617-495-3108EDUCATIONHARVARD LAW SCHOOL, J.D. candidate, June 2010Activities:Harvard Real Estate Association, Speakers ChairHarvard Law Entrepreneurs, Director of Public Interest Programs and EventsHarvard Law School Student Government, 2L Representative2008 Public Interest Auction, Faculty Committee ChairHARVARD UNIVERSITY, B.A. magna cum laude in History and Literature, Spanish Citation, June 2004Honors:The David Rockefeller Center, Real Colegio, and The Center for European Studies thesis grantsHarvard College and Elizabeth Cary Agassiz ScholarshipsDunster House Prize, for leadership and house spiritActivities:Pedagogy Committee of Curricular ReviewHarvard College Fund, Senior Gift House ChairThesis:In His Time: Ernest Hemingway, the Spanish Civil War, and the 1930sStudy Abroad: New York University, Madrid, Spain, Summer 2001EXPERIENCEUNITED STATES ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, New York, NYSouthern District, Criminal Division, Violent Crimes UnitSummer 2008Worked on successful four-defendant murder trial involving narcotics conspiracy. Researched and drafted legalmemoranda for pre-trial motions and on evidentiary issues. Observed courtroom proceedings. Reviewed trial recordsand transcript. Researched case law on murder motives and found Second Circuit opinion that was incorporated intojury instructions. Helped write facts section of appellate brief. Drafted government’s brief in response to habeas corpuspetition in narcotics case.HARLEM SUCCESS ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL, New York, NYWhile not common, headings like these can help organize a 2006-2007Director of Instructional Developmentdescription with many varied parts.School Culture, Policies, and OperationsMember of six-person start-up team that opened elementary charter school in eight months for 155 students. Authoredschool policies and co-designed implementation systems. Requested material changes to charter. Managed staff.Faculty Recruitment and TrainingExecuted strategy for highly competitive faculty recruitment. Orchestrated three-week faculty orientation for 14 foundingfaculty members. Wrote 30-page teacher manual. Monitored staff development and oversaw certification.Instruction and ReportingSupervised in-house curricula development. Led initiative to increase nightly reading by 60%. Monitored assessments totarget instruction. Oversaw intensive tutoring program. Coordinated special education services and compliance.NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL MEMBER EVA MOSKOWITZ, New York, NYEducation Policy Analyst for Eva Moskowitz, Chair of the New York City Council Education Committee2005Managed heavy caseload that included school placement and safety issues. Maintained 24-hour response time. Submittedinformation requests and prepared briefing papers for hearings. Organized forums and negotiated with advocacy groups.EVA MOSKOWITZ FOR MANHATTAN BOROUGH PRESIDENT, New York, NYVolunteer Coordinator2005Led parent outreach effort and directed five-day blitz at 20 politically strategic schools for Democratic primary campaign.LANGUAGES/PERSONALFluent in Spanish (native). Interests include Vinyasa yoga, new restaurants, and urban development. Travel in Europe,South America, and Asia. Harvard College Fund Associates Committee. If space is an issue, and your language skills are not critical toyour application, you can group these attributes. Be sure to keepyour writing concise.
SAMPLE 2L RESUMEELIZABETH CRAWFORD1563 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02138 Tel. (617) 495-3108 email@example.comEDUCATIONHARVARD LAW SCHOOL, Candidate for J.D., June 2012Honors:Covey Fellow in Public Interest Environmental Law, Summer 2010Dean’s Scholar in Civil Procedure; Property; Legal Research and Writing; Sources ofEnvironmental LawOutstanding Appellee Brief, 1L Ames Moot Court CompetitionActivities: Environmental Law Review, Managing EditorBoard of Student Advisers, Teaching Assistant (First-Year Legal Research and Writing)Professor I. Glenn Cohen, Teaching Assistant (Civil Procedure)Environmental Law Society, Events ChairWomen’s Law Association, Public Interest ChairLAFAYETTE COLLEGE, B.A. in English and Geology, May 2009Honors:summa cum laudePhi Beta KappaValedictorianActivities: Speech and Debate Team (Ranked top 12 nationally in impromptu speaking, 2008-09 and2007-08)Thesis:Saving the Planet, Fighting Ourselves: Proppian Narratives in Popular Climate ChangeDiscourseEXPERIENCEInclude clinical experiencein this section (see here andbelow)HARVARD EMMETT ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY CLINIC, Cambridge, MA 2010-2011Composed litigation strategy memorandum for potential class action lawsuit. Presented strategy at BuffaloEnvironmental Law Journal symposium, spring 2011. Drafted litigation documents, including client and expertaffidavits, reply brief to prosecuting counsel’s opposition to motion to serve interrogatories, and motion forexpedited hearing on preliminary injunction. Lead phone conferences with clients and opposing counsel.PROFESSOR JODY FREEMAN, HARVARD LAW SCHOOL, Cambridge, MA2010-2011Identified, categorized, and summarized statutory provisions on interagency cooperation for memorandum toNational Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling. Researched interagencyMOUs and joint rulemaking for use in forthcoming administrative law articles.HARVARD SUPREME COURT LITIGATION CLINIC, Washington, D.C.Winter 2011Researched, co-authored, and revised amicus brief of legal scholars regarding absolute immunity on behalf ofrespondent in Ashcroft v. Al-Kidd. Observed arguments before Supreme Court and moot arguments.MASSACHUSETTS ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE, Boston, MASummer 2010Environmental Protection DivisionDrafted motions for summary judgment under state air and species protection acts and amended complaintunder state hazardous release act. Crafted supporting documents including memoranda of law and expertaffidavits. Conducted and summarized legal research on suite of state and federal environmental laws, and civiland administrative procedure.PROFESSOR WENDY JACOBS, HARVARD LAW SCHOOL, Cambridge, MASummer 2010Reviewed administrative record relied on by Kansas Department of Health and Environment in determiningwhether to award coal factory permit. Synthesized and condensed record for distribution to first-year lawstudents.Specific, contextual details, like those used here and throughout, are essential to distinguishing your research and writing projects.LAFAYETTE COLLEGE WRITING PROGRAM, Easton, PA2006-2009Edited student papers with focus on content, style, and construction. Facilitated series of planning and revisionconferences with each of approximately 16 student writers in assigned class.INTERESTSReading, community service, piano, classic Hollywood films. Studied volcanoes in Hawaii, Winter 2008.Have a unique experience that doesn't fit elsewhere?You can use this section to add a few words about it.
SAMPLE 2L RESUMEMATTHEW MERIWEATHER31 Shepard Street, Apartment 4Cambridge, MA 02138(617) 495-3108 firstname.lastname@example.orgEDUCATIONHARVARD LAW SCHOOLCandidate for J.D., May 2011Activities: Harvard Environmental Law Review, Article EditorNo One Leaves Boston Foreclosure Task Force, Leadership TeamHarvard Mediation Program, Small Claims Court MediatorFRANKLIN & MARSHALL COLLEGE, Lancaster, PAB.A. summa cum laude in Government and Sociology, May 2005Honors:Phi Beta KappaTruman Scholar Finalist, 2004Rouse Scholar (full scholarship awarded for leadership and achievements)Activities: Keep Lancaster Beautiful, Founding Board Member and VolunteerCommittee on Student Conduct, ChairpersonSYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, Strasbourg, France, 2004Coursework in French language and European government.EXPERIENCEAdding specific details,like these report topics,will strengthen yourdescriptions.Study abroad experience can be a separate entry in youeducation section. Be sure to include a line explainingyour program or coursework.CONGRESSIONAL OVERSIGHT PANEL FOR TARP, Washington, D.C.Summer 2009Legal InternAnalyzed programs, legislation, and statutes related to the federal government’s financial crisisinterventions. Wrote, researched, and edited portions of the following oversight reports: June report onbank stress tests, July special report on farm credit conditions, and August report on troubled assets.Attended Treasury Department briefings and assisted with congressional committee hearing testimonypreparation.FRANKLIN & MARSHALL COLLEGE, Lancaster, PA2007-2008Alumni Fellow, Alumni Programs OfficeDesigned and carried out special projects related to young alumni engagement. Developed a leadershipprogram for college seniors. Assisted the office director with alumni events as needed.LE BIHAN FAMILY, Paris, France2006-2007Part-time Household Worker, Private ResidenceCared for an eight-year-old French boy 4-5 days a week. Cooked, cleaned, and practiced English withthe child and his older brother. Performed various other household errands.F&M IN PARIS, Paris, France2006Program AssistantAssisted in the creation of a new study abroad program in Paris. Participated in the teaching of Frenchpolitics and cultural perception classes. Served as a residential mentor and student advisor.CRAVATH, SWAINE & MOORE LLP, New York, NY2005-2006Corporate Legal Assistant, Banking Practice AreaManaged the administrative aspects of secured lending transactions including preparation of governmentfilings, communication with opposing counsel, preparation of post-deal closing documentation andassisting lawyers during deal closing.CROSS CULTURAL SOLUTIONS, Arusha, TanzaniaWinter 2005Volunteer, WAMATAAssisted Tanzanian AIDS awareness non-profit in establishing a budget and learning basic computerskills. Taught English to interested volunteer members of WAMATA.LANGUAGEProficient in FrenchINTERESTSCooking, maps, rock concerts, bike riding, hiking, A Prairie Home Companion
SAMPLE 2L RESUME123 Main StreetSpringfield, PA 19024Home: (617)-495-3108EDUCATIONMEREDITH M. ALLENmallen@jd12.law.harvard.edu1563 Mass. AvenueCambridge, MA 02138Cell: (617)-495-3108HARVARD LAW SCHOOL, Cambridge, MACandidate for J.D., May 2012Activities:Harvard International Law Journal, Features EditorAmes Upper Level Moot Court Competition, Team Captain & Phase II QualifierCommittee on Sports and Entertainment Law, Member/ Sports Symposium CommitteePENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, SCHREYER HONORS COLLEGE, University Park, PAB.S. with highest distinction in Finance, May 2009B.A. with high distinction in International Politics, May 2009Honors:Minors in Spanish and HistoryPhi Beta KappaActivities:Smeal Undergraduate Case Competition TeamGolden Key International Honour Society, Treasurer and THON ChairInternational Scholar Laureate Program, Summer 2007Thesis:Winner-Takes-All Prediction Markets v. Polls: A Case Study of the 2008 US PresidentialElectionUNIVERSITY OF S. MISSISSIPPI at KING’S COLLEGE LONDON, London, UKBritish Studies Program in Journalism, Summer 2008EXPERIENCEUNITED STATES ATTORNEY’S OFFICE—DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTSSpring 2011Clinical Intern, Major Crimes UnitDrafted reply to Defense’s motion to suppress evidence and to Defendant’s motion for habeas review.Researched evidentiary rules for supervised release revocation hearings. Reviewed affidavits for searchwarrants. Participated in witness interviews. Viewed First Circuit oral arguments.UNITED STATES NAVY JAG CORPS, Naples, ItalySummer 2010Intern, Region Legal Service Office, Europe, Africa, and Southwest AsiaDrafted motion in limine to pre-admit statements and a reply to Defense’s motion to dismiss charges.Researched and wrote memoranda on topics including the military rape shield statute, the Daubertstandard’s applicability to actuarial risk assessment tools, and the circumstances that require rightswarnings under U.C.M.J. Article 31(b). Prepared a complete case summary, including charges. Draftedquestions for witness interviews. Evaluated forensic victim interviews and evidence in preparation forhearings. Studied the Manual for Courts-Martial. Edited letters requesting investigations for the AssistantStaff Judge Advocate. Completed a Military Protective Order for witnesses.LAW & INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY, Cambridge, MASpring 2010Relevant student activitiesRoot Capital Project Team Membercan go in experience. Do notrepeat them in "Activities" Researched international arbitration bodies and agreements such as the New York Convention and theL'Organisation pour l'Harmonisation en Afrique du Droit des Affaires (OHADA) Convention. Wroteabove.memoranda on arbitration practices in Namibia and Cameroon.PENN STATE INT’L AFFAIRS & DEBATE ASSOC., University Park, PAFall 2006-Spring 2009President/Head Delegate (2008-2009) and Secretary General (2007-2008)Planned the inaugural intercollegiate model United Nations conference (PUNC) at Penn State. Oversawthe secretariat, worked to organize crisis scenarios, booked space, and advertised for participants. Prepareddelegations of students to compete at international crisis simulations by teaching debate tactics andreviewing factual backgrounds. Awarded Best Delegate on the Israeli Cabinet at the 2009 McGillconference and an Honorable Mention on the Venetian Doge’s Council at the 2008 UVA conference.Use clear terms when talkingabout your language skills.LANGUAGESpanish (proficient in reading and writing, conversational speaking)PERSONALEnjoy experiencing different cultures and have traveled extensively throughout Europe over the last sixyears. Interests include college football, watching Jeopardy, and playing volleyball.
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