Aaron Berlin is a third-year law student at the University of Chicago Law School. He received a B.A. with honors in Political Science and an M.A. with honors from the Committee on International Relations, both at the University of Chicago, where he completed theses on nuclear weapons proliferation and armed conflict, respectively, each of which received honors. After college, Aaron spent two years teaching math and science to seventh and eighth graders in the South Bronx as a member of the New York City Teaching Fellows. This past summer, Aaron worked in the corporate practice group at Kirkland & Ellis in Chicago, Illinois where he will return upon graduation. At the Law School, Aaron served as a coordinator of a Saturday morning mock trial program for underprivileged area youth, and currently works with low income entrepreneurs at the Institute for Justice Clinic on Entrepreneurship, a transactional clinic located at the Law School. Aaron's extracurricular interests include homebrewing his own beer and being as much of an early adopter as his (modest) budget will allow.