Molly Rose Green, Section 5
2L, Full-time JD Candidate

Yale University, 2009
B.A. in English

Courses at WCL
Fall 2011

Civil Procedure—Corr
Legal Rhetoric—Spratt

Spring 2012
Constitutional Law—Hutchinson
Criminal Law—Kittrie
Legal Rhetoric—Spratt
Supreme Court (elective) —Wermiel

Fall 2012

Criminal Procedure – Davis
Evidence – Jones
Employment Discrimination – Carle

American University Law Review

Summer 2012: Intern; United States District Court for the District of Columbia, The Honorable Judge Reggie Walton

Fall 2012: Intern, Cuneo Gilbert and LaDuca, LLP (civil plaintiff’s class action firm)

August 2009 - August 2011: Outreach Coordinator at the Trial Lawyers College in Jackson, Wyoming (a non-profit that puts on training seminars for criminal defense and civil plaintiff’s attorneys)

Best Advice for Law School
1) Don’t get stressed out by all the rumors about outlines, supplements, and study aids… Just do the reading. All of the reading. And don’t check your email in class.
2) No one really knows what’s going on and everyone feels like an idiot. You are not an idiot.
3) Do whatever it takes to stay happy, because law school is three years of your life!