Dean of the Department of Intercultural Communications
College of Journalism and Mass Communications
University of the Russian Academy of Education
10-42 Sergievskaia St.
Nizhny Novgorod, 603109 Russia
To whom it may concern:
It is with great pleasure that I write to you in support of Ms. Jessica Hart and her desire to attend Law program at your school. I have known Jessica for seven years and I have had the opportunity to observe and evaluate her in numerous different contexts and situations.
Jessica has a rare blend of outstanding qualities that separate her from the crowd. Her unquestionable integrity is the foundation of all that she does. I’ve been teaching for over twenty years now and have had a pleasure to meet a lot of brilliant students. Jessica’s brilliance is unique. It is unique because it is wrapped with a thick layer of moral soundness, honestly and incorruptibility.
Jessica was a student at a College of Journalism and Mass Communications. Journalism is a very dangerous profession in post-Soviet Russia. Yet the dangers of it did not stop Ms. Hart to become a true outspoken witness to many corrupt events that took place there. ‘Only effective journalism is one of the ways to guarantee a free and civil society’, Anna once told me, ‘and it is my duty to leave my mark on the development of the democracy in Russia’.
I would like to emphasize Jessica’s many other strengths which I believe are the cornerstone of a successful law professional. Among those are her intellectual acumen, analytical skills, out of the box creativity, logical thinking ability, curiosity and perseverance.
For these reasons, I highly recommend Jessica Hart as a candidate for your Law program. If you have any questions regarding Jessica or this recommendation, please contact me.
Very truly yours,