Karen meets with undergraduates, graduate students and alumni interested in and/or applying to law school.
For students and alumni considering law school, Karen helps students investigate careers in law and maximize academic, leadership, and professional experiences at Princeton for future applications.
For those planning and completing applications, Karen teaches how to acquire the strongest recommendation letters, develop unique personal statements and essays that communicate your background and skills, identify appropriate schools, and network effectively with law school admission professionals, faculty members and attorneys.
A fun fact about me is: I traveled around the world when I was in college.
My favorite part of my job is: Helping advisees develop their narratives.
An internship/experiential opportunity that helped shape my career path: Writing a column for The Jurist magazine about attorneys who pursued mission-centered careers.
I'm energized by: The creative process.
The most interesting place I’ve been is: Kossuth Square, Budapest, Hungary, with my homestay family the summer before The Wall came down surrounded by thousands of U.S. flags as Hungarians supported the U.S. President's visit and the country's move away from communism.