Hail and well met! My name is Jordan Bryant, and I am currently a second year student at the Yale Law School. I came to YLS via Harvard College, where I double majored in Slavic Languages & Literatures and the Classics. Before law school, I also spent two years abroad: one teaching Attic Greek at an English boarding school, and the other on academic internship in Vladivostok, Russia. At Yale, I am a submissions editor for the Yale Journal of International Law, Social Chair of the Black Law Students Association, and Social Co-Chair of the Graduate and Professional Student Senate. As I mentioned above, I do have educational experience! After college, I taught ancient Greek to high schoolers in England, and also served as an admissions advisor for American university applicants. While at Harvard, I worked in the admissions office for several years. Last, but not least, while living in Russia I worked as an English tutor, both at a school and on my own time, most often to students interested in the US college system. Speaking of “on my own time”, I love to speak, read, and study Russian and Russian culture (I’m even taking Old Church Slavonic this semester!). I also enjoy reading sci-fi/fantasy (I was a GoT fan way before the TV show), and delving into the different constructed languages included in those intricate plotlines (e.g. Tolkien’s Quenya). Most of all, though, I love silly down time with friends!