Beth Do is a first-year J.D. candidate at St. John’s University School of Law. She emigrated from South Korea when she was five. She received her B.A. in Art History and French & Francophone Studies from Case Western Reserve University, where she received the Provost Scholarship, the Friends of Art Society Prize, and the Outstanding Greek Award for Panhellenic Spirit. She received her M.A. in Applied International Studies from the University of Washington. Before law school, she worked as the Business Project Manager and as a certified mediator with the Center of Dialog & Resolution in Tacoma, Washington. She also served as an Americorps Volunteer with City Year and Public Allies, and as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guyana. At St. John’s, she is a first-year representative for the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association and for the Dean’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion. This summer, she will be at the New York State Attorney General Office. In the fall she will be interning with the Honorable Judge M. Levy in the Eastern District of New York.