Sample: Jane Doe ‘19 is a native of Nebraska, and graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia College in 2010 with a B.A. in French. Continuing her studies at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, she earned a Master’s degree in Public Policy. After graduating from Harvard in 2012, she distinguished herself in a management-track career in international banking before choosing to pursue her legal studies. Jane has traveled extensively in Asia and Europe, and is fluent in French, Spanish and Japanese. She plays classical piano, and is an avid photographer and kickboxer. Jane continued excelling once at Columbia Law School, and was named a Stone Scholar for her exceptional first-year academic performance. She also was chosen for the Young B. Smith Prize, awarded to the first-year student most proficient in the law of torts, and has the added distinction of being named to the editorial board of the Columbia Law Review. Jane was awarded a Human Rights Internship and spent the summer after her first year in Harare, Zimbabwe. During her second year at the Law School Jane participated in the Fair Housing Clinic, which provides pro bono legal assistance to the local community. She volunteers her time to the Harlem Tutorial Program and tutors at-risk neighborhood students. Her exceptional academic record earned her a position after her second year as a summer associate in New York City with Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCoy, where she gained experience in their capital markets, tax, and banking departments. She has accepted their offer of employment for after graduation, and hopes to have an opportunity to work in their London and Hong Kong offices. Jane will be spending part of her third year in one of the Law School’s exchange programs studying at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. She aspires to a career in international law and public policy.