Hi! My name is Malka, and I am a current student at Harvard Law School. I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Princeton with a degree in Religion in 2021 and worked in policy in New York City until I started law school. Once I’m a lawyer, I plan to work in impact litigation doing work on religious freedom jurisprudence.

I have been working as a writing tutor for 5+ years and love helping students unlock their inner writer. Although I have the most experience in writing and the humanities, I also dabbled as a math teacher during my year abroad in India and feel comfortable tutoring math.

Outside of academics I enjoy hiking, swimming, and generally being outside. I just finished thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail in August 2023 (all 2000+ miles of it!) and can’t wait to tackle my next big outdoor adventure!


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Religion
Other Degrees/Minors: Values and Public Life (Certificate/Minor)

High School:

Awards & Honors: Excellence in History, Excellence in Judaics, National Merit Commended Student, Dean’s List, Honorable Mention: NSPA Newsmagazine Layout, Bronfman Youth Fellowship, Princeton Bridge Year - India
Interests & Activities: Editor-in-Chief of Lion's Tale Newspaper, Debate Team Novice Coach, Mock Trial Team Captain, Co-Founder and President of Social Activism Club, Head Gabbai (Prayer Service Coordinator)of the Egalitarian Minyan, Soccer Team
SAT Scores: Math 790, Reading 740, Writing 760
SAT Subject Tests: 750 Math Level 2, 780 Literature


Other Awards: Truman Scholar; Best Thesis in Religion Culture and Society; Senior Thesis Prize from the Center for Human Values; Carolyn L. Drucker, Class of 1980, Prize in Jewish Studies; John Robinson Memorial Prize; Outstanding Creative Writing Work by an Underclassman, Weil Legal Innovators Fellowship
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I was involved in: the Writing Center (Fellow), SHARE (as a SHARE Peer), SpeakOut! (President), the Center for Jewish Life as the Education Chair of Yavneh (the Orthodox community), the Pace Center for Civic Engagement (student associate), ORL/UN Women Faith, and had a Gender Justice Fellowship.
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