Jeremy Hutton, from Santa Barbara, California, is pursuing a JD at Stanford Law School. He graduated summa cum laude from Yale University with a bachelor’s degree in economics. He intends to apply his law degree toward rectifying inequalities associated with criminal justice and wealth distribution. He spent his 1L summer as a Fair and Just Prosecution Summer Fellow with the St.Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. Prior to Stanford, he worked at J.P. Morgan as a sales and trading associate in Interest Rate Derivatives and was an active member on the junior board of the rehabilitation and crime prevention program, Avenues for Justice. Chosen to introduce then-Vice President Joe Biden as Class Day Co-Chair for Yale College in 2015, he received Yale’s Polunin Cup for personal quality and scholastic achievement, and the Tobin Scholar Prize for outstanding performance in the core theory courses in economics.