Lynn Nouri has lived in a number of cities including San Diego, Toronto, Boston, Seattle, Charlotte, and Cincinnati. She graduated magna cum laude from Xavier University in 2011 with a BS in Marketing. She worked in research for a number of years at Procter and Gamble and resigned in 2012 to pursue her life-long interest in the law. Since coming to the J. Reuben Clark Law School, Lynn has served the International Center for Law and Religion studies in several capacities. She was first a volunteer (2012) and then a member of the Executive Committee (2013, 2014) for the annual International Law and Religion Symposium. In her pursuit to contribute to the improvement of the human experience globally, Lynn was grateful to be able to work with the Office of General Counsel for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City and as a Center Student Research Fellow during the summer of 2013. For the year 2014 Lynn was selected as a member of the Center’s inaugural Student Advisory Board, and she returns as a member of the Board for 2014-2015. She spent the summer of 2014 completing a judicial externship in the South African Land Claims Court, and as a Research Assistant in Uganda focused on Legal Policy research. Lynn’s work with the Center has given her increased hope and inspiration watching the diverse representation of cultural and religious backgrounds work towards unified missions of religious tolerance and freedom.