2012-2013 Board of Student Advisers
Mike Adelman is from Fairfield, Connecticut. He went to Dartmouth College for undergrad, where he was a history major and a french minor. He also spent a lot of time out in the woods as a member of Dartmouth Ski Patrol, the Dartmouth Outing Club, and the First Year Trips Program. At HLS, he is particularly interested in intellectual property law. He works with Journal of Law and Technology and is one of the Outreach editors, working to connect JOLT students with alumni and increase the Journal’s overall visibility. He also tries to take full advantage of HLS’s IM sports leagues, playing flag football and indoor soccer. Mike spent his 1L summer at the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, and his 2L summer at Gibson Dunn in New York. In his free time, Mike enjoys cooking and word games (boggle, scrabble, bananagrams, etc.). And whenever he can get away from campus for a few days, he tries to go hiking, skiing, biking, and generally get outdoors.
Rajarshi is a 2L from Kolkata, India. In addition to being a BSA, Rajarshi is involved with the Law and International Development Society (LIDS), the South Asian Law Students Association, and the International Law Journal. Rajarshi has a degree in Neurobiology from Harvard. He is generally interested in patent litigation and international trade law; this past summer he worked at Desmarais LLP in New York. Rajarshi enjoys traveling, exploring the Greater Boston area, and discovering coffee shops he could easily have found using Yelp.
Eva Bitran is a 2L entering her fourth year at Harvard as a joint JD/PhD candidate in the History Department. Originally from Mexico City by way of Pittsburgh, Eva graduated from Yale in 2009 with a BA in History and has spent the past few years working on issues of international and immigration law and history. She spent her 1L summer at the American Civil Liberties Union Immigrants’ Rights Project in New York. Eva is the Training Director for the Harvard Immigration Project and a member of the Harvard Law and Policy Review. She enjoys North Africa and the Steelers.
Tracy is a 3L originally from Libertyville, IL. Tracy graduated from Vanderbilt University with a major in Communication of Science and Technology and minors in Corporate Strategy and French. Prior to attending Harvard, Tracy did research at Vanderbilt’s Peabody School of Education and Vanderbilt Medical Center, worked at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, and was captain of Vanderbilt’s Dance Team. In addition to being Vice President of Management of the Board of Student Advisers, Tracy is a member of the Professional Development-Firms Committee of the Women’s Law Association, and is a resident advisor in Hasting Hall. She has also worked as a research assistant for Professor William Fisher and done work for HLS Advocates for Human Rights. Tracy has worked as a summer associate at Latham & Watkins in Washington, DC and at Jones Day in both Chicago and Washington.
Lachlan is a 2L hailing from various parts of Eastern Canada. She graduated from Mount Allison University in 2007 with a Bachelor degree in Chemistry. Prior to law school, she spent four years in the Netherlands completing a PhD in Organic Chemistry and traveling as much as possible. She spent her 1L summer working in patent litigation at Desmarais, LLP in New York.
Paul grew up in Katonah, NY and majored in philosophy and economics at Dartmouth College. In his seven years between college and law school, Paul studied economics at the University of California, Berkeley and worked in quantitative market research for media and entertainment companies. In addition to the BSA, Paul has been involved with the Prison Legal Assistance Project, the Journal of Law and Technology, HLS TaxHelp, and Parody. He spent 1L summer at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Greenbelt, MD and 2L summer at a tax boutique in Washington, DC.
Alli Chapin is a 2L from Arlington, Texas. She attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas where she double majored in International Studies and French. Before coming to HLS, she was a paralegal clerk for Weil, Gotshal & Manges and an Associate Director for a local tutoring company in the DFW area. She also worked for the Criminal Division at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston during her 1L summer.
In addition to the BSA, Alli is the Deputy Submissions Editor of the National Security Journal, a member of the Women’s Law Association, and a former sub-citer for the International Law Journal. She loves football and, in her spare time, enjoys the outdoors and playing soccer.
Alisha is a 3L from Satellite Beach, FL who majored in English and Government at Georgetown University. Before attending HLS, she worked first at her local county attorney’s office and then briefly in law enforcement. During her 1L summer, Alisha interned at the Public Integrity Section in the Department of Justice, Criminal Division. She spent her 2L summer also in DC working at Jones Day. At HLS, in addition to being a BSA, Alisha is a Senior Executive Technical Editor on the Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. Outside of school, Alisha is a horseback riding enthusiast who also loves catching movies or kayaking whenever she gets the chance.
Chris is a second year law student from Chicago and a 2005 graduate of Cornell University, where he double-majored in American Studies and Theatre. Prior to enrolling at Harvard Law School, Chris taught high school social studies in Brooklyn with Teach for America and subsequently held a management position in web development for an industrial supply firm based in Chicago. At HLS, he serves on the board of the Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law, is a member of the Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law, and is a member of the Harvard Negotiators. He spent his 1L summer working in the in-house legal department for HBO in New York. Chris is a former amateur boxer, but these days you are much more likely to see him tossing bocce balls out on the lawn than throwing punches in a ring.
Julienne is a 3L from Seattle, Washington. She completed her undergraduate degree in oboe performance at the Eastman School of Music. Before coming to HLS, Julienne lived in Japan for three years, studying Japanese and teaching English to elementary and junior high school students. She is Co-President of the Harvard Asia Law Society and is on the board of the Chamber Music Society. She has also participated in the Law and International Development Society, the International Law Journal, and the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic. Julienne spent her 1L summer in Tokyo working on refugee issues at Amnesty International Japan, and her 2L summer in the Boston and Tokyo offices of Ropes & Gray, LLP.
Mike is a 3L from Brookline, Massachusetts interested in consumer protection law. Prior to law school, Mike was a Legislative Aide to U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH). He is a graduate of Harvard College ’05 with a degree in History (early American, mostly) and really likes Cape Cod, springer spaniels, and playing squash with people who are not very good. He joined Twitter (@FirestoneMike) to follow Paul Krugman, the U.S. Olympic Team, and the Red Sox. Mike is on leave for the fall semester to serve as Field Director for Elizabeth Warren for Senate.
Emma is a 3L from Northampton, Massachusetts. At Harvard, Emma has been the Co-President of the Harvard Society for the Separation of Church and State, a student attorney with the Harvard Defenders, and a Technical Editor for the Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. Currently, she is an Ames Moot Court Finalist and an RA for Profs. Laurence Tribe and Richard Parker. She has worked at Planned Parenthood’s Public Policy and Litigation Department, the Law Offices of Howard Friedman, and the ACLU of Massachusetts. When she’s not busy being a law student, Emma is probably practicing yoga, doing a crossword puzzle, or singing some jazz.
Alex is a 2L from Sharon, Massachusetts. Prior to law school, he attended Washington University in St. Louis and then spent three years in economic and litigation consulting. He is the treasurer of the American Constitution Society, was on the Symposium Committee of the Harvard Negotiation Law Review, and has blogged as a General Board member for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. Alex worked this past summer at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York. In his free time, Alex enjoys cooking and fervently rooting for the ever popular New England Patriots.
Claire Guehenno is a 2L originally from Paris, France, who has lived in New York since the age of thirteen. She graduated from Harvard College (2009) where she studied Social Studies and Classics and was an editor on the student newspaper. After college, Claire spent two years working as a paralegal at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New York. In addition to being a BSA, Claire is an editor on the International Law Journal and a research assistant. She is also involved with the Law and International Development Society. Last summer, Claire interned in the legal department of Chanel, Inc. in New York City. When she is not in school, she loves to travel as much as possible, especially to her native France.
Jeffery is a 3L who was born and raised in Puerto Rico. Prior to coming to law school, he completed a Master’s degree in psychology. Jeff is a Digest Contributor and Editor for JOLT and is currently the Vice President for Ames for the BSA. Jeff spent his 1L summer working at the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General and worked at WilmerHale in Boston during his 2L summer. When not busy with school, Jeff spends his time fencing, playing squash, and taking picture
Dena is a 2L from West Hartford, CT. She is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and is interested in corporate and tax law. A member of the Harvard Business Law Review, she has also served as a research assistant for Professor Howell Jackson. During her 1L summer, Dena worked at the National Consumer Law Center. Outside of school, she spends her time rooting for the New England Patriots and playing intramural sports.
Brandon is a 3L originally from Baltimore, MD. Prior to law school, he studied Film and Political Science at Columbia University. In addition to being a BSA, Brandon is a Resident Assistant in Shaw and Story Halls and an editor of the International Law Journal and the Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law. Last summer, Brandon worked at Cleary Gottlieb in New York. During the prior summer, he interned at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn. In his free time, Brandon enjoys playing soccer (or at least trying), watching independent and old movies, and rooting for the Baltimore Ravens.
Michael is a 2L from Louisville, KY. Before coming to HLS, he studied Philosophy at Yale and spent a year teaching in South Korea. Last summer, Michael worked as a student attorney at the Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project representing inmates in disciplinary and probation hearings. 1L year he subcited for both JOLT and JOL, and is currently the co-chair of JOL’s Symposium Committee. When not doing law-school things, he can generally be found wandering around Central Square, eating dim sum, or playing video games.
Tina is a 3L hailing from Cedar Knolls, New Jersey, but she has lived in Boston for the past seven years. After graduating from Harvard College with a B.A. in economics, she worked in management consulting at the Boston Consulting Group. Tina is the Student Writing Editor for the Harvard Journal on Legislation. Her 1L summer, she worked at the in-house counsel’s office at Gawker Media; this past summer, she was a summer associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York. Tina enjoys gourmet baking, education news, and British period dramas.
Jo-Ann (“J.A.”) is a second-year law student from Houston, Texas. She attended Princeton University, where she concentrated in Politics and received a certificate in Spanish. After graduating from Princeton in 2009, J.A. spent two years as a paralegal in the criminal division of the United States Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York. In addition to her role as a BSA, J.A. is a member of both the Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review and the Black Law Students Association, and serves as a teaching assistant for Torts. Last summer, J.A. worked at the Public Defender’s Office for the City of Alexandria, Virginia.
Vani is a 2L from Scotch Plains, New Jersey. She attended Brown University, where she majored in Human Biology and Literary Arts. After college, Vani spent two years teaching eighth grade science in Newark, New Jersey as a Teach For America corps member. She spent an additional year traveling and teaching LSAT classes. At HLS, Vani served as a co-chair for the 2012 Public Interest Auction and is currently involved with the Journal of Law and Technology and the Women’s Law Association. This past summer, Vani worked at the Council for Responsible Genetics in New York City. There, she produced a report detailing the bioethical issues raised by newborn screening and the storage and use of the residual samples, which will be published in the journal GeneWatch. Outside of law school, Vani enjoys cooking multi-course South Indian meals, exploring new cities, and listening to Radiolab podcasts.
Wookie was born a US citizen in Seoul, South Korea while living in Hong Kong. After spending time in New York, New Jersey, Tokyo and New Hampshire, Wookie ended up at Yale, where he majored in Ethics, Politics and Economics. Before law school, he taught high school English in the DC Public Schools. At HLS, Wookie is the Public Interest Chair of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. He is also involved with the Harvard Law and Policy Review and Advocates for Education. During his 1L summer, Wookie worked in the housing unit at Connecticut Legal Services’ Bridgeport office. In his free time, Wookie is an avid endurance athlete who competes in sprint- to Ironman-distance triathlons, marathons and Ragnar Relays. He also enjoys blogging about education reform and collecting books on tea and coffee.
Marc Klein is a 2L who hails from Lincolnwood, IL. After graduating from Niles West High School, he attended Washington University in St. Louis, where he majored in economics and political science. Prior to law school, Marc joined Teach for America and taught high school math at Agua Fria High School in Avondale, Arizona. He also coached the high school wrestling team and helped students organize a “Mr. Agua Fria” competition. At HLS, Marc is a supervising editor for the Journal on Legislation, and in his free time, Marc loves watching sports, travelling to new places, and eating delicious food. This past summer he worked as a legal intern for the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C. and as a summer associate for DLA Piper in Palo Alto, California. He looks forward to a great year as a BSA.
Bryan Koch is a 2L from Bethpage, New York. He studied journalism and philosophy at New York University, where he also hosted “The Cheap Seats,” a local sports talk radio show. After graduating in 2006, Bryan worked at a New York hedge fund and as a statistician for the New York Giants; given his preexisting loyalties to the Jets, the latter position required a good deal of soul-searching. For several years before law school, Bryan dabbled as a professional poker player, participating in the 2010 and 2011 World Series of Poker. At HLS, he was featured with Professor Charles Nesson for an NPR feature on “poker and the law.” Bryan recently completed a summer academic fellowship with Professor Nesson, for which he studied legal issues in online poker. Bryan is the events chair for the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, a teaching assistant for Professor Shugerman, and a research assistant for Professor Hay. He spent his 1L summer working for Facebook in Washington, DC. Bryan’s other interests include music, songwriting, literature, and politics.
Lindsay is a 3L from West Hartford, Connecticut. After graduating from Washington University in Saint Louis, she lived in New York City for two years, working in the Cybercrime and Identity Theft Bureau of the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. At HLS Lindsay has been involved with the Harvard Law and Policy Review, the Women’s Law Association, the Prison Legal Assistance Project, and the HLS Parody. Lindsay spent both of her law school summers in what is, perhaps surprisingly, her favorite U.S. city: Boston! She worked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office during her 1L summer and was a Summer Associate at WilmerHale following her 2L year. Outside of law school Lindsay enjoys running, cooking, traveling, photography and quoting Arrested Development.
Melinda is a 3L at HLS and a recent graduate of HKS, where she concentrated in International and Global Affairs. Before moving to Cambridge for graduate school, Melinda taught Pre-K as a Teach For America corps member in Houston, TX. Hailing from Pennsylvania, she graduated from Penn State University with degrees in International Relations and Spanish. At HLS, in addition to serving on the Board of Student Advisers, Melinda is Co-Editor-in-Chief for the Harvard International Law Journal and a member of Advocates for Human Rights. She is also a resident pre-law tutor for Harvard College students in Eliot House. In her 1L summer, Melinda worked in the Appellate Law Program at Public Counsel in Los Angeles and at a law firm in Mexico City. This past summer, she worked at law firms in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., focusing on general litigation and public international arbitration.
Jessica is a 3L who grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. She graduated from Cornell University in 2008, where she majored in Government and Spanish, and then spent two years in England while getting her master’s in Political Science. At HLS, she is involved with the Advocates for Education, Harvard Defenders, the Law & Social Change Program of Study, and the Harvard Latino Law Review. She spent her first summer as a law clerk for the NYC Department of Education and split her second summer between the DOJ Civil Rights Division and MALDEF. Jessica loves learning languages, Halloween parties, and (contrary to her California heritage) the snow.
Jillian is a 3L originally from Southern California. After graduating with a degree in Philosophy from Harvard College, Jillian moved to London for three years where she first completed a masters degree in Philosophy and Public Policy at the London School of Economics and then worked as a researcher at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. This past summer, Jillian was a summer associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York City. In addition to her role as a BSA, Jillian has served as the 1L Outreach and Social Chair for the Harvard Law and Health Care Society and as a General Board Member of the Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review. Outside of law school, Jillian spends her time playing tennis, watching bad tv, and missing the sunshine.
Christine Marshall is a 2L from Kinnelon, New Jersey. She attended Williams College where she majored in Economics and Biology with a concentration in maritime studies. Before coming to HLS, Christine worked as an investment-banking analyst at J.P. Morgan in New York City for two years. She subsequently interned for the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice and worked in compliance at Ferring Pharmaceuticals. In addition to BSA, Christine is a Resident Assistant in Hastings Hall and was a senior editor on the Harvard Business Law Review. Christine spent her 1L summer working in the bankruptcy group at Porzio, Bromberg, and Newman in Morristown, New Jersey.
Meg is a 3L, who has been involved on campus with the Board of Student Advisors, the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, HLS Advocates for Human Rights, the Harvard Human Rights Journal, Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review and the Women’s Law Association. She also serves as a Research Assistant for the staff of the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic.
Meg graduated from Columbia University with a BA degree in literature and classics and then spent 5 years working on her doctorate in English and teaching literature at Harvard University. From 2007-2010, she worked as a healthcare journalist in Boston and a medical advocate for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC). Meg continues to work at BARCC and is interested in the intersection of criminal law and victims’ rights. During her 1L summer, Meg worked at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on a team prosecuting former Bosnian president Dr. Radovan Karadzic for genocide and crimes against humanity. Last summer, she interned at the District Attorney’s Office of New York County.
Scott is a 3L from Lexington, Kentucky. Before law school, he taught 8th grade Algebra in San Francisco with Teach for America where his students earned the highest state test scores of any class in any subject in school history. In addition to being a BSA, Scott has been involved with the Harvard Negotiation Law Review, the Harvard Journal on Legislation, and the Harvard Program on Law and Social Change. He also plays on the Harvard Club Soccer team, and competes in intramural football, soccer, basketball, and volleyball. Scott has completed legal internships with the Race to the Top Initiative at the U.S. Department of Education; International Justice Mission in Cebu, Philippines; the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston; and the Army JAG Corps in Vicenza, Italy. After graduation, he hopes to serve in the Army JAG Corps. In his spare time, Scott enjoys golfing and traveling with his wife, Audrey.
Clint was born and raised in Morristown, NJ (no relation). In 2009, he graduated from Georgetown University with a History major and Government minor before taking the very practical step of moving to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. After giving it the old college try, he shifted gears and moved back east to work for a government relations firm in Washington, DC. Clint is now a 2L at Harvard Law School and, in addition to the BSA, his extracurricular activities include the Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law (JSEL), Harvard Negotiation Law Review, and the Harvard Negotiators. During his 1L summer, he worked for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York in the Criminal Division. He loves Scotland, Mad Men, and the New York Football Giants.
A Midwesterner at heart, Teresa grew up near Chicago and studied Spanish at the University of Wisconsin – Madison as an undergraduate. After college she spent five years working in New York City’s education sector, first as a teacher in the South Bronx and then as the Managing Director of Institute Program for Teach For America’s New York City Institute. At HLS, Teresa has been involved with Harvard Defenders, Advocates for Education, and the Journal on Legislation. She also serves as a TA for the Negotiation Workshop and the Harvard Negotiation Institute. During her 1L summer, she worked for the General Counsel and Deputy Superintendent of the Illinois Board of Education. She spent her 2L summer at Sidley Austin in Chicago. Around Cambridge you can find Teresa running down by Fresh Pond, practicing yoga, or chatting over coffee in any number of local spots!
William Nash (Will) has both a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Michigan. After his undergraduate degree, Will served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Luhansk, Ukraine, where he taught English as a second language. He speaks Russian, albeit with deteriorating fluency since completing his Peace Corps service in 2004. Will has over five years of experience working in the field of business immigration, including as an immigration specialist for the University of Michigan and as a paralegal for Honigman, Miller, Schwartz and Cohn in Detroit, Michigan. This past summer Will worked as a law clerk for Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen and Loewy in Boston, Massachusetts.
Stacie is a 2L originally from Poolesville, Maryland. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Dartmouth College. After college, Stacie joined Teach for America and taught high school mathematics in rural North Carolina. She spent her 1L summer in the criminal division at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Greenbelt, Maryland. At HLS, Stacie is a Senior Technical Editor on the Harvard Law and Policy Review and the Conference Chair for Advocates for Education. Stacie enjoys listening to country music, trying out new vegetarian recipes, and spending time with her fiancé and goldendoodle puppy.
Natasha Sarin is from Los Altos Hills, CA. She went to Yale University for undergrad (Class of 2011), where she was a Ethics, Politics, and Economics major. She took a semester off in college and interned at the White House for the National Economic Council, which is when she first fell in love with DC. She spent this past summer at the Department of Justice in the Civil Rights Division, investigating FHA violations for the Housing and Civil Enforcement Section, and hopes to return to DC after graduating from law school.
At HLS, she served as a co-chair for the Public Interest Auction, and is involved with Harvard Defenders and the Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. She also works as a research assistant for Prof. Henry Smith. In her free time, Natasha enjoys Bollywood movies, watching NBA basketball (specifically the Lakers), and extensive retail therapy. Whenever she gets the chance, she enjoys going home to California to visit her yellow lab, Bufar. Natasha is so excited to be a BSA and is looking forward to a great year!
Jocelyn is a 2L from the great state of Texas. She went to Harvard College, where she studied economics and environmental science. Prior to attending law school, Jocelyn worked in the environmental field doing economic analysis. She is particularly interested in environmental law and antitrust. During her 1L summer, Jocelyn worked for the Natural Resources Defense Council in Chicago and plans to live in New York when she graduates. She loves Texas barbecue, cupcakes, and hiking.
Brendan Selby, a 3L, is originally from outside Chicago. He went to college at Stanford and thereafter had a series of adventures hanging out in coffee shops in Seattle, working as a field organizer for the Obama campaign in Ohio, writing grants for an arts school in Harlem, and teaching English in a town on the Tibetan Plateau, where he survived a large earthquake.
At Harvard he has been a student attorney and impact litigation coordinator for PLAP, a managing editor for the Environmental Law Review, and a research assistant for Prof. Richard Lazarus. He traveled to Mumbai, India as a 2L to work on a multidisciplinary project on urban development. He worked at the U.S. Department of Justice, Environmental Crimes division after 1L year and split his 2L summer between Earthjustice in Juneau, Alaska and Munger, Tolles & Olson in Los Angeles. He loves going to concerts, world travel (most recently India and Nepal) and the outdoors, and is looking forward to returning to Alaska to clerk on the 9th Circuit after graduation.
McClain is a 2L from Columbia, Missouri. He graduated from the University of Missouri in 2011 with a degree in journalism. As a 1L, McClain summered at Husch Blackwell in St. Louis and worked as an intern for Judge William Duane Benton in Kansas City. In addition to the BSA, he is an article editor for the Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law and hopes to complete his own sports-related research. A lifelong runner, McClain is slowly working towards a marathon. His first love is University of Missouri football and basketball, and he also roots for the Chicago Cubs and Chicago Bears.
Justin is a 3L who is originally from Baltimore, MD. Justin graduated from Amherst College with a degree in history. While at Amherst, Justin was also a member of the football team. Aside from being a BSA, Justin is a co-chair of The Harvard Black Law Students Academic Affairs Committee and a member of The Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law. During his 1L summer, Justin worked at the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office. Following his 2L year, Justin served as a summer associate in the New York office of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. Justin is an avid sports fan and continues to support the Baltimore Orioles after fifteen consecutive years of futility.
Diego is a 3L from Valencia, Venezuela. Although hailing from South America, Diego attended high school in New Hampton, New Hampshire, and college at UVa in Virginia. After his 1L year Diego worked at Gibson Dunn in New York where he focused mostly on litigation. This past summer Diego worked at Cleary Gottlieb also in New York where he focused on international arbitration and litigation. Diego is currently involved in the Foreign Direct Investment moot court which will take place in early November.
Diego’s four major interests are European soccer, evolutionary biology/psychology, politics, and international economic development. Diego has written independent papers for Professor Hanson on evolutionary psychology and law, and David Kennedy on international economic development. If you’re interested in any of these topics or professors, feel free to contact him. If you’re not interested you will still probably hear about these topics if you ever talk to him.
Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, Jason is now a 3L. He is a senior policy editor of the Harvard Law and Policy Review, and a proud member of the Harvard squash club. He has done research for Professor’s Hal Scott, Michael Frakes, and is currently researching class action law, complex litigation, and attorney fee structuring for Professor Rubenstein. During his 1L summer, Jason worked at the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in the office of Chief Counsel. Last summer, Jason worked for O’Melveny & Myers in Washington, DC. Jason enjoys racket sports, baseball, and, of course, Friday Night Lights.
Elizabeth is a 2L from San Diego, California. She went to Harvard for undergrad, where she studied Neurobiology and Economics. Prior to attending law school, she lived in England and completed her Master’s degree in Neuroscience at Oxford. She is involved with the Journal of Law and Technology and is a tutor for the college. During her 1L summer, she worked at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in Silicon Valley. She enjoys art, food, traveling, and going to the beach.
Great thanks to Jeff Habenicht for the photos.