Ms. Stoller has completed her first year at Pepperdine University School of Law where she maintains a 3.6 GPA, and is in the top 11% of her class. Since May 2008, she has been working at the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office, Witness Coordination Unit, where she is now a supervisor. She will also be working for the District Attorney’s Office this summer, specifically the Victim Impact Program, where she will be dealing with elder and child abuse, domestic violence, sexual abuse, hate crimes, and stalking. Ms. Stoller is strongly committed to effecting change by working for the District Attorney’s Office—she has had the misfortune of seeing an immediate family member’s experiences on the other side of the law and had to endure the struggles that resulted therefrom since she was a child. She believes that her legal education will enable her to secure justice for victims and help prevent the recidivism that plagued her family member.