律师英文简历模板(突出经历)

发布日期:2016-11-28 浏览次数:38

David Yates
No.67, Lane123, Job Road, Job District, Shanghai, China 200070
(+86) 138-0000-0000
service@jobuy.com
EDUCATION
HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
J.D. Candidate
May 2014 (Expected)
Activities:
Harvard Human Rights Journal, 1L Editor
Harvard Immigration Project, Board Member
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
B.A. in Honors Theology/Political Science
May 2008
Honors:
summa cum laude
Department Honors - Theology
Activities:
Center for Social Concerns (service-learning opportunities)
Notre Dame Glee Club
Honors Thesis: 
Beyond Just War: Catholic Peacebuilding Since John XXIII
EXPERIENCE 
TENANT ADVOCACY PROJECT
Cambridge, MA 
August 2011-Present
Student Representative
Represented low-income family in Section 8 termination hearing. 
Research landlord-tenant problems and deliver advice through hotline for low-income callers. 
Will join the intake committee in Spring 2011, researching and screening cases for potential representation.
CAPITAL AREA IMMIGRANTS’ RIGHTS COALITION
Washington, DC 
2008-2011
Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representative/Legal Assistant
Directly represented detained immigrants in complex immigration claims before the Arlington Immigration Court and the Department of Homeland Security. 
Managed the Credible Fear Program and the Detained Children’s Program.
 Screened cases for pro bono referral and mentored attorneys. 
Performed factual investigation and legal research. Supervised intake volunteers during jail visits.
FOUNDRY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Washington, DC 
2008-2011
Served as an English as a Second Language teacher for Spanish-speaking people in the local community. 
Participated in Foundry’s efforts in coalition with the Washington Interfaith Network to garner support on the District of Columbia City Council for funding for permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals and other homelessness/fair housing issues. 
Served as the Worship Leader for the church’s Mission Council, which provides vision and leadership to Foundry’s social justice activities.
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES
Kampala, Uganda 
 Summer 2007
Facilitated monitoring and evaluation sessions with local partner organizations implementing USAID-funded peacebuilding and AIDS programs.
Developed training materials. Prepared and edited reports and proposals for USAID grants. 
SHALOM CATHOLIC WORKER HOUSE
Kansas City, KS 
 Summer 2007
Oriented, supervised, and supported each day’s volunteers. Supported the day-to-day running of the homeless shelter.
PUBLICATIONS
"Respondent's Brief …. (full name redacted for purposes of the sample)." 
Journal Paper
(Published as an appendix to practice manual) Available at [URL goes here].
PERSONAL AND LANGUAGES
Recognized twice by the Mennonite Mission Network in news articles written about my work at CAIR Coalition. Earned rank of Eagle Scout. Proficient in Spanish and French. Conversational in Italian.
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