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1999-Prcsenc SULLIVAN & CROMWELL, New York, New York

Attorney, Estates & Personal Group
Research and Writing Skills
• Conduct in depth research of legal questions which requires ability to efficiently process numerous,
voluminous, and disparate sources and to discern relevant issues
• With respect to prospective litigations, review thousands of pages of trust indentures, financial records, and
other relevant materials and interview individuals in order to determine whether clients could face or could
bring legal causes of actions
. Author legal memoranda and briefs which concisely' and clearly convey complicated statements of facts,
competing legal arguments, and legal conclusions
Communications and Leadership
• Present to high net worth clients with proposals to significantly alter their tax and estate planning
• Entrusted by Partner to have day-to-day responsibility for management of nine figure estates
« Act as a mentor to summer associates

• Practice demands ability and desire to tolerate significant pressure, work long hours, and meet difficult
time deadlines - all while working well with others in a team environment

Summer 1 997 R1KER, DANZIG, HYLAND, SCHERER & PERRETTI LLP, Morristown, New Jersey
Summer 1998 Summer Associate
• Assisted in a variety of litigation and corporate matters
• Conducted due diligence with respect to the acquisition of a professional sports team
• Wrote legal memoranda evaluating legal claims being brought against clients

1998-1999 CHAMBERS OF JUDGE GEORGE SPRAGUE, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Law Clerk, Massachusetts District Court
• Drafted numerous criminal consotuional law legal orders

fart Time Volunteer
• General campaign activities, including conducting research on opponent


1996-1999 HARVARD LAW SCHOOL, JD, 1999. Cambridge, Massachusetts

• 80 page third year paper argued for significant revision of accounting rules for mergers and acquisitions
(pooling vs. purchasing); preparation of paper required significant research abilities, including numerous
interviews with Wall Street professionals

1995-1996 LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS, DIPLOMA, 1996, London, United Kingdom

• Graduated in top 10% of class in International Relations program

1991-1995 BROWN UNIVERSITY, BA, 1995, Provicscce, Rhode Island

• Dual American history and political science major
Awarded Daughters of American History Prize for Outstanding American History Paper for research paper
lhat argued against traditional view that ths American colonies would not hav» won the Revolutionary War
without French military assistance
Member of r*o rowing championship boas, including Freshman National Championship boat
Collegiate All-Eastern rugby selection


• Avid reader of history and periodicals divoied to government and worid affairs
• Enjoy travelling, running, downhill skiing
• Active in Brown aJarani activities, Lcciudlr.g Brown Annual Fund and 3rc*c Sporu Foundation
Harvard Law School Associador., Re^er.; Graduates Ccxnii"ss