Rachel Snow graduated summa cum Laude from BYU-Idaho, with a BA in art history and minor in English. Upon graduation she furthered her love of international culture by teaching English in China. Prior to enrolling in law school, she served a mission in Columbus, Ohio for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Rachel’s work with the International Center for Law and Religion Studies has included serving as a 2011 Student Research Fellow, with the assignment to work with the New Zealand Area Legal Counsel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; and co-chair of the 2011 and 2012 Documents teams of the Student Executive Committee for the Annual Law and Religion Symposium. She is also president of the 2012 BYU Law Trial Advocacy team. When she is not enjoying the law library, Rachel can be found reading novels, conducting culinary experiments, and jet skiing.