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Harvard Law School has 15 Clinical Professors of Law and more than 60 Clinical Instructors and Fellows on staff, who are expert practitioners in their fields and passionately devoted to mentoring students in their professional development. The clinical faculty not only teach clinical courses but also carry active caseloads of their own. This practical experience is invaluable as they supervise and guide students in developing their own practice skills and client relationships. With the remarkable breadth of resources at Harvard, students are carefully matched by their practitioner-supervisors with cases that meet their skill levels and educational interests.

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Fola4-90x120Fola Adeleke

Clinical Advocacy Fellow
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Legal Experience: Fola Adeleke is a South African-trained lawyer whose work focuses on international economic law and human rights, corporate transparency, open government and accountability within the extractives industry. He is currently the country researcher for the Open Government Partnership Independent Reporting Mechanism in South Africa and also serves on an expert group reviewing the African Union’s Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression in Africa. Prior to joining the clinic, Fola was a Fulbright visiting scholar with the Center for Sustainable Investment at Columbia University. He also worked at the Mandela Institute, where he made submissions on law reform to the South African parliament. Fola has also produced research for the Carter Center, the Open Society Foundation and the World Bank. He holds a PhD from Wits University and a LLM degree from the University of Cape Town.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3117 | 617.495.5282| fadeleke@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Advocacy Fellow
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Legal Experience: Rebecca Agule specializes in the impact of conflict and violence upon individuals, communities, and the environment. Her work focuses on arms regulation and disarmament, community engagement, and security sector reform. Prior to joining the clinic, Rebecca worked in the area of humanitarian mine action and human security with the Danish Demining Group (DDG) and the HALO Trust. She collaborated with governments and civil society to strengthen small arms legislation, develop community-based policing programs, and promote civil society and public participation. Rebecca also served as DDG’s gender adviser, working to ensure the meaningful participation of all community members and examining issues of masculinity and conflict. Rebecca has a Master in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School and a JD from Harvard Law School, where she was an active participant in the International Human Rights Clinic. She has a personal and academic interest in the relationship and tensions between human and animal rights.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3117 | 617.495.9362| ragule@law.harvard.edu


Deborah Anker

Clinical Professor of Law and Clinic Director
Clinic: Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program
Courses: Immigration and Refugee Advocacy, Immigration Law: Policy and Social Change
Topics of Interest: Refugee and Asylum Law; Gender Law; Immigration
Legal Experience: Deborah Anker has taught Harvard law students for over 30 years. She is the author of a leading treatise, Law of Asylum in the United States. She was also chosen to be a fellow of the prestigious American Bar Foundation.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3103 | 617.495.5912 | danker@law.harvard.edu


Sabi Ardalan

Assistant Director and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program
Courses: Immigration and Refugee Advocacy; Trauma, Refugees and Asylum Law
Topics of Interest: Refugee and Asylum Law; Human Rights: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Gender Asylum
Legal Experience: Sabi Ardalan clerked for the Honorable Michael A. Chagares of Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the Honorable Raymond J. Dearie, Chief District Judge for the Eastern District of New York. She previously served as the Equal Justice America Fellow at The Opportunity Agenda and as a litigation associate at Dewey Ballantine LLP.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3103 | 617.384.7504 | sardalan@law.harvard.edu


Christopher T. Bavitz

Clinical Professor of Law and Managing Director
Clinic: Cyberlaw Clinic
Courses: Music and Digital Media; Counseling and Legal Strategy in the Digital Age
Topics of Interest: Copyright/Intellectual Property Law; Internet and Computer Law; Media Law; Entertainment Law; Civil Litigation
Legal Experience: Christopher Bavitz has concentrated his practice on intellectual property and media law, particularly in the areas of music, entertainment, and technology. Prior to joining the clinic, he served as a senior director of legal affairs for EMI Music North America. From 1998-2002, he was a litigation associate at Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal and RubinBaum LLP / Rubin Baum Levin Constant & Friedman, where he focused on copyright and trademark matters.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5018 | 617.496.5155 | cbavitz@cyber.law.harvard.edu


Roger Bertling

Senior Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Courses: Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Clinical Seminar
Topics of Interest: Consumer Law; Mortgages; Foreclosures; Bankruptcy
Legal Experience: Roger Bertling served as a legal services attorney in Missouri and Massachusetts.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2572 | rbertlin@law.harvard.edu


Robert Bordone

Thaddeus R. Beal Clinical Professor of Law and Founding Director
Clinic: Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
Courses:
 Lawyer as Facilitator Workshop; Negotiation Workshop; Political Dialouge in Polarizing Times: Election 2016
Topics of Interest:
Alternative Dispute Resolution; Dispute Systems Design; Negotiation; Mediation; Conflict Management
Legal Experience: Robert Bordone clerked for the Honorable George A. O’Toole, Jr. of the United States District Court for Massachusetts. He also worked at the Washington D.C.-based law firm of Crowell & Moring, the New York-based firm of Cravath, Swaine, & Moore, the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Boston Consulting Group. He is a member of the bars of New York, New Jersey, and the District of Columbia.
Contact:
Pound 513 | 617.495.9194 | rbordone@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Fellow
Clinic: Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinic
Topics of Interest: Negotiation and Mediation
Legal Experience: Adriel is a graduate of the Harvard Divinity School (HDS) where he earned a Masters in Theological Studies focusing on Judaism and Islam and was a co-founder of the HDS Racial Justice and Healing Initiative. While at HDS, Adriel trained with the Harvard Mediation Program and served as a board member for that organization, as well as a mediator in Boston courts. Adriel brings to HNMCP a long-standing interest in conflict management, having served as a facilitator and senior staff member for Seeds of Peace in both Maine and in the Middle East for four years.
Contact: Pound 513 | 617.495.5567| aborshansky@law.harvard.edu


Emily Broad Leib

Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Food Law and Policy Clinic
Deputy Director of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Clinic: Food Law and Policy Clinic
SPO: Mississippi Delta Project
Course: Food: A Health Law and Policy Seminar; Legal and Public Health Perspectives on Food Policy; Food Law and Policy
Topics of Interest: Food Law and Drug Law; Community Economic Development; Health Law; Clinical Legal Education
Legal experience: Emily Broad Leib co-founded and directs the Food Law and Policy Clinic of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation. Previously, she spent two years in Clarksdale, Mississippi as the Joint Harvard Law School/Mississippi State University Delta Fellow, serving as Director of the Delta Directions Consortium.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain / 23 Everett Street, #314 | 617.390.2590 |ebroad@law.harvard.edu


Liala Buoniconti

Licensed Social Worker
Clinic: Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic
Experience: Currently a social worker at the MGH Healthcare Center in Chelsea, Mass., Liala brings over 10 years of experience working with immigrants and refugees, and will be an invaluable addition to the HIRC team. Liala is bilingual and received a Masters of Social Work from Simmons School of Social Work and a B.A. from Gettysburg College.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3109 | 617.384.5087 | lbuoniconti@law.harvard.edu


Juan-90x120Juan Pablo Calderón-Meza

Clinical Advocacy Fellow
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Legal Experience: Juan Pablo Calderón-Meza is a Colombian attorney whose practice specializes in international law and human rights advocacy and litigation. His work focuses on accountability for corporations and executives that facilitated human rights abuses and atrocity crimes. He was the Eleanor Roosevelt Visiting Fellow at the Human Rights Program last year and previously clerked for the Hon. Judges Rowan Downing and Chang-Ho Chung at the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia. Juan holds an International Human Rights LL.M. (Honors) from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law and continues to assist its Bluhm Legal Clinic with different submissions at the UN Human Rights Committee, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3117 | 617.495.9362| jcalderonmeza@law.harvard.edu


Esme Caramello

Clinical Professor of Law and Clinic Director
Clinic: Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Courses: Advanced Clinical Practice; Introduction to Advocacy: Skills and Ethics in Clinical Practice; Housing Law and Policy
Topics of Interest: Housing Law and Policy; Poverty Law; Law and Social Change; Clinical Legal Education
Legal Experience: Esme Caramello was a Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor of Law with the Housing and Consumer Protection Clinic at Suffolk Law School, and worked as a Clinical Instructor in the Housing Unit of the WilmerHale Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School.
Contact: 23 Everett Street, 1st floor | 617.495.4408 | ecaramello@law.harvard.edu


Peter Carfagna

Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Sports Law Clinic
Courses: Sports and the Law: Examining the Legal History and Evolution of America’s Three “Major League” Sports: MLB, NFL and NBA; Sports Law: Advanced Contract Drafting Seminar
Topics of Interest: Sports Law
Legal Experience: Peter Carfagna is Chairman/CEO of Magis LLC, a privately owned sports marketing, management and investment company, including family ownership of the Lake County Captains, Cleveland Indians Class A Affiliate. From 1994-2005, Peter served as Chief Legal Officer & General Counsel of International Management Group (IMG) and was Senior Partner at Jones Day LLP before that. He serves the Harvard Alumni Association as a Member of the Nominating Committee for the Harvard University Board of Overseers. He is a past elected Director of both the HAA Worldwide Executive Committee and the American Association of Rhodes Scholars. Peter currently serves on the Great Lakes Regional Selection Committee for the Rhodes Scholarship, as well as on the Board of the Sports Legacy Institute and the Ladies Professional Golf Association.
Contact: Langdell 305| 617.496.5028 | pcarfagna@law.harvard.edu


Steve Churchill

Lecturer on Law 
Clinic: Employment Law Clinic
Courses: Employment Law Workshop: Advocacy Skills; Employment Law Workshop: Strategies for Social Change
Topics of Interest: Employment Law; Law and Social Change; Social Entrepreneurship; Transition Between Private Sector and Public Interest; Class Action Litigation
Legal Experience: Steve Churchill is a former partner of Lichten & Liss-Riordan, P.C.. He is the Co-Founder and President of the Fair Employment Project, Inc., a non-profit whose mission is to reduce violations of employment civil rights laws through more effective enforcement.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3028 | 617.496.8029 | schurchi@law.harvard.edu


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Emma Clippinger

Clinical Fellow
Clinic: Food Law and Policy Clinic of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Legal Experience: Emma received her JD in 2015 from NYU School of Law, where she was a Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar. During law school, she acquired a range of public interest experience–from representing low-income tenants in Brooklyn Housing Court to co-authoring a report on effective civil society engagement for the UNDP. Emma was a member of the International Organizations Clinic and the Criminal Defense and Reentry Clinic. She also co-founded NYU’s Food Law student group and served as an Articles Editor on the Journal of International Law and Politics.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain / WCC 3130 | 617.390.2547| eclippinger@law.harvard.edu


Linda Cole, Supervising Attorney, Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project

Linda Cole

Supervising Attorney
SPO: Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3028 | lcole@law.harvard.edu


Susan Cole

Founding Director and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Education Law Clinic of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative
Courses: Legislative Lawyering in Education
Topics of Interest: Education; Impact of Trauma on Learning; Systemic Change; School Reform; Children’s Mental Health
Legal Experience: Susan Cole is the founder of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative, a partnership between Harvard Law School and Massachusetts Advocates for Children. Its goal is to ensure that children traumatized by exposure to violence and other forms of adversity succeed in school. In addition, she was a field attorney for the National Labor Relations Board and an associate in a public interest firm.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4105 | 617.998.0107 | scole@law.harvard.edu


Eileen Connor

Eileen Connor

Director of Litigation
Clinic: Project on Predatory Student Lending, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Legal Experience: Previously, she was a Senior Staff Attorney in the Special Litigation Unit of the New York Legal Assistance Group, where she was counsel on multiple consumer class-action lawsuits concerning student loan debt, and a founder of NYLAG’s For-Profit School Project. Prior to joining NYLAG, she was a John J. Gibbons Fellow in Constitutional and Public Interest Law at Gibbons P.C., and a staff attorney at the Habeas Corpus Resource Center in San Francisco. She served as a law clerk to Hon. Martha Craig Daughtrey of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and received her J.D. from New York University School of Law and B.A. from Brown University.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.522.3003 | econnor@law.harvard.edu


John Corrigan

Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Criminal Prosecution Clinic
Courses: Introduction to Advocacy: Criminal Prosecution Perspectives
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3028 | 617.496.8029 |  jcorriga@law.harvard.edu


Hon. John C. Cratsley (Ret.)

Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Judicial Process in Trial Courts Clinic
Courses: Judicial Process in the Trial Courts Clinical Seminar
Topics of Interest: Judiciary
Legal Experience: Hon. John C. Cratsley (Ret.) was an Associate Justice at the Massachusetts Superior Judicial Court, Boston.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3137 | 617.496.6228 | jcratsley@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Professor of Law
Clinic: Cyberlaw Clinic
Courses: City Use of Technology; Problem Solving Workshop A; Responsive Communities Lab
Topics of Interest: Technology and Innovation
Legal Experience: Susan Crawford served as Special Assistant to the President for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy (2009) and co-led the FCC transition team between the Bush and Obama administrations. She also served as a member of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Advisory Council on Technology and Innovation and is now a member of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Broadband Task Force. Ms. Crawford was formerly a (Visiting) Stanton Professor of the First Amendment at Harvard’s Kennedy School, a Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School, and a Professor at the University of Michigan Law School (2008-2010). She received her B.A. and J.D. from Yale University. She served as a clerk for Judge Raymond J. Dearie of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, and was a partner at Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering (now WilmerHale) (Washington, D.C.) until the end of 2002, when she left that firm to enter the legal academy.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5018 | 617.384.9103 | scrawford@law.harvard.edu


Anna Crowe

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Topics of Interest: International Humanitarian Law; Cluster Munitions and Civilian Protection During War; Disarmament; Environment.
Legal Experience: Anna Crowe has worked as a research officer for Privacy International and as a Henigson Human Rights Fellow with the International Crisis Group. Anna is also an Enrolled Barrister and Solicitor for the High Court of New Zealand.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3139 | 617.384.5476 | acrowe@law.harvard.edu


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Kevin Costello 

Senior Associate Director and Litigation Director
Clinic: Health Law and Policy Clinic of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Topics of Interest: Health Law
Legal Experience: Prior to joining CHLPI, Kevin was in private practice for eight years, most recently as a principal at Klein Kavanagh Costello, LLP. Kevin’s practice involved complex litigation in the fields of housing, health care, civil rights, antitrust and consumer law. He has been appointed by federal courts across the country to represent classes in Multi-District Litigation, as well as in nationwide class action litigation.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain / WCC 3130 | 617.390.2578 | kcostello@law.harvard.edu


Stephanie Davidson

Clinical Fellow
Clinic: Family and Domestic Violence Law Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Topics of Interest: Family Law; Domestic Violence Law
Legal Experience: Previously, Stephanie Davidson was a Public Service Venture Fund Fellow at the Urban Justice Center’s Domestic Violence Project in New York City. She also served as the chair of the Legislative Subcommittee to the NYC Lawyer’s Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2546 | sdavidson@law.harvard.edu


Sara del Nido Budish

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
SPO: Harvard Negotiators
Topics of Interest: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Negotiation and Mediation
Legal Experience: Prior to joining the clinic, Sara del Nido served as Advanced Training Director for the Harvard Mediation Program; research assistant to Professor Robert Bordone; and Online Executive Editor for the Harvard Negotiation Law Review.
Contact: Pound 513 | 617.496.2785 | sdelnido@law.harvard.edu


Fernando Delgado

Clinical Instructor 
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Courses: Human Rights Advocacy and Criminal Justice
Legal Experience: Fernando Delgado has served as a Global Human Rights Fellow with Justiça Global and continues to be a collaborating attorney on their national prisons project. He also worked as an Alan R. and Barbara D. Finberg Fellow and a Henry Richardson Labouisse ’26 Fellow in the Americas and Children’s Rights Divisions of Human Rights Watch.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3117 | 617.496.4661 | fdelgado@law.harvard.edu


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Julia Devanthery

Staff Attorney and Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Housing Law Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Topics of Interest: Housing Law
Legal Experience: Previously, Julia Devanthery served as manager of Legal Advocacy at HomeStart, Inc. and clinical law fellow at Northeastern University School of Law’s Domestic Violence Institute.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2566 | jdevanthery@law.harvard.edu


Bonnie Docherty

Senior Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Courses: Armed Conflict and Humanitarian Protection Clinical Seminar
Topics of Interest: International humanitarian law, cluster munitions and civilian protection during war, disarmament, environment.
Legal Experience: Bonnie Docherty is also a senior researcher in the Arms Division of Human Rights Watch.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3119 | 617.496.7375 | bdocherty@law.harvard.edu


Sarah Downer

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Health Law and Policy Clinic of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Topics of Interest: Health Law
Legal Experience: Sarah Downer was previously a Redstone Fellow at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center, working in the Family and Children’s Law Practice Unit. She has also served as a Resident Tutor at Harvard College in the areas of GLBT Support, Sexual Assault/Sexual Harassment, and Pre-Law Advising. As a Clinical Instructor, she works on projects focusing on health and food law.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain / WCC 3027 | 617.390.2713 | sdowner@law.harvard.edu


Priscilla Ellis, Ph. D.

Clinical Supervisor
SPO: Harvard Mediation Program
Legal Experience: Priscilla Ellis joined the Harvard Mediation Program as a community mediator. In 1999, she succeeded Michael Moffitt, ’94, as Clinical Supervisor.
Contact: Pound 513 | 617.495.1854 | prillellis@gmail.com


Anne Eisner

Licensed Social Worker
Clinic: Education Law Clinic of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative (TLPI)
Experience: Anne leads TLPI’s policy work and work with educators. For 26 years before coming to TLPI, Anne provided and supervised home-based clinical services to families and children impacted by domestic violence, child abuse and neglect. She helped to develop an innovative treatment approach that included care coordination and advocacy along with intensive clinical services.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4116 | 617.998.0110 | AEisner@massadvocates.org


Susan Farbstein

Clinical Professor of Law and Clinic Co-Director
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Courses: Human Rights Advocacy
Topics of Interest: Transitional Justice; Human Rights in Southern Africa; Clinical Legal Education; Litigation in U.S. Courts; Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights; Community Lawyering
Legal Experience: Susan Farbstein was a counsel in In Re: South African Apartheid Litigation;Mamani v. Sanchez Berzain; Wiwa v. Shell, and authored numerous amicus curiae briefs in Alien Tort Statute and Torture Victim Protection Act cases, including to the Supreme Court; transitional justice work in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Burma, and Thailand.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3139 | 617.495.4589 | sfarbstein@law.harvard.edu


John Fitzpatrick

Senior Clinical Instructor
SPO: Prison Legal Assistance Project
Topics of Interest: Prison Law and Prisoners’ Rights
Legal Experience: John Fitzpatrick began advocating for prisoners as a 1L at PLAP in 1984. After graduating from HLS in 1987, he clerked for a year for the Supreme Judicial Court in Maine, then worked as a trial attorney for the Massachusetts public defender’s office (CPCS) for five years. Since 1993 John has been in private practice representing individuals and businesses in civil and criminal cases. For many years and until 2013, he served on a panel of attorneys qualified to accept assignments from CPCS to represent indigent defendants in murder cases. John returned to PLAP to assist as an acting Supervising Attorney in 1997 and was formally appointed as PLAP’s Supervising Attorney in 1998. He is a Major in the US Army Reserve Judge Advocate General’s Corps. John served an active duty tour in Afghanistan in 2013, where he worked on detainee rights issues.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5107 | 617.495.3969 | jfitzpat@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Fellow
Clinic: Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Topics of Interest: Domestic Violence, Povery Law, Family Law, Employment Law, Restorative Justice
Legal Experience: Lisa Fitzgerald joins the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau after graduating from Harvard Law School this year. As a student, she participated in a number of Student Practice Organizations including the Harvard Mediation Program and the Harvard Immigration Project. She is also an alumna of HLAB, having been a student attorney in the clinic for 2 years.
Contact: 3 Everett Street, 1st floor | 617.494.5593 | lfitzgerald@law.harvard.edu


T. Keith Fogg

Visiting Professor of Law
Clinic: Federal Tax Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Topics of Interest: Tax Law
Courses: Federal Tax Clinical Seminar
Legal Experience: Professor Fogg is a national authority on tax procedure especially in the area of collection and bankruptcy law as it relates to tax. He also directs the Federal Tax Clinic at Villanova University School of Law.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.522.3003 | kfogg@law.harvard.edu


Kathryn Garfield

Staff Attorney
Clinic: Health Law and Policy Clinic of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Topics of Interest: Health Law and Policy
Legal Experience: Kathryn Garfield has worked as a litigation associate and prior to that as a Ropes & Gray NAP Fellow for the health care group, Ropes & Gray, LLP.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain / WCC 3027 | 617.390.2554 | kgarfield@law.harvard.edu


Tyler Giannini

Clinical Professor of Law and Clinic Co-Director
Co-Director of the Human Rights Program
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Courses: Advanced Skills Training for Human Rights Advocacy; Semester in Human Rights
Topics of Interest: Human Rights; Business and Human Rights
Legal Experience: Tyler Giannini was counsel In Re: South African Apartheid Litigation; Mamani v. Sanchez Berzain; Doe v. Unocal, and authored numerous amicus briefs, including to the U.S. Supreme Court. He was Co-Director and Co-Founder of EarthRights International in Thailand and authored numerous human rights reports based on fact-finding investigations
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3115 | 617.496.7368 | giannini@law.harvard.edu


Shaun Goho

Senior Clinical Instructor 
Clinic: Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic
Courses: Environmental Advocacy: Administrative Hearings/Working with Scientists: Seminar, Environmental Advocacy: Citizen Suits: Seminar
Topics of interest: Administrative Law; Environmental Law
Legal Experience: Shaun Goho was an associate attorney with Earthjustice and an associate with O’Melveny and Myers.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4122 | 617.496.5692 | sgoho@law.harvard.edu


Stephanie Goldenhersh

Senior Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Legal Experience: Prior to joining the Bureau, Stephanie Goldenhersh practiced for six years at the Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts. She was also the project manager for the unit’s U.S. Department of Justice grant under the Violence Against Women Act, which partnered with local battered women’s service providers to ensure continuity of legal services to survivors of domestic violence. She also worked for Foley, Hoag & Eliot, LLP, where she participated in environmental litigation and pro bono advocacy for survivors of domestic violence.
Contact: 23 Everett Street, 1st Floor | 617.495.4408 | sgoldenhersh@law.harvard.edu


Lee Goldstein

Senior Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Courses: Trial Advocacy Workshop (Winter Term), Advanced Clinical Practice Seminar
Legal Experience: From 1975 to date, Lee Goldstein has practiced law as part of a community law office in Central Square, representing tenants, workers, community and political groups. Lee recently assisted HLAB students in the formation of a Wage and Hour Practice Group. In 2008, with the assistance of law students, he drafted the Tenant Protection Act, signed into law by Gov. Patrick on August 7, 2010, which is the first comprehensive legislation to protect tenants in foreclosed property from eviction by foreclosing lenders.
Contact: 23 Everett Street, 1st Floor | 617.495.4408 | goldste@law.harvard.edu


Robert Greenwald

Clinical Professor of Law and Faculty Director
Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Clinic: Health Law and Policy Clinic
Courses: Public Health Law and Policy
Topics of Interest: Health Law; Access to Care for Low Income Populations; HIV Law and Policy; Sexuality and the Law: LGBT Law and Policy
Legal Experience: Robert Greenwald is a member of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, the co-chair of the HIV Health Care Access Working Group, and a member of the board of the Bessie Tart Wilson Initiative for Children and the Technical Assistance Collaborative. He has also served as an advisor to the President’s National Commission on AIDS and the HRSA/CDC Community Advisory Board, and as a board member of the AIDS Action Council of Washington D.C., and the National Lesbian and Gay Bar Association.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain / WCC 3133 | 617.390.2584 | rgreenwa@law.harvard.edu


Michael Gregory

Clinical Professor of Law
Clinic: Education Law Clinic of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative
Courses: Education Law and Policy; Legislative Lawyering in Education
Topics of Interest: Education Law and Policy; Special Education; Children and the Law; Education Reform; Clinical Legal Education
Legal Experience: Michael Gregory is a co-author of a landmark report and policy agenda, Helping Traumatized Children Learn, and is also a co-author of Educational Rights of Children Affected by Homelessness and/or Domestic Violence, a manual for child advocates. In 2013, he was appointed by Governor Deval Patrick to serve on the Families and Children Requiring Assistance Advisory Board, a statewide panel that advises the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on the implementation of the reformed CHINS law.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4105 | 617.998.0108 | mgregory@law.harvard.edu


Betsy Gwin

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Veterans Law and Disability Benefits Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Topics of Interest: Veterans Law
Legal Experience: Previously, Betsy Gwin was a staff attorney in the Child and Family Law Division of the Committee for Public Counsel Services.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2560 | bgwin@law.harvard.edu


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Alec Harris

Attorney and Fellow
Clinic: Project on Predatory Student Lending, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Legal Experience: Previously, Alec worked for the Colorado Solicitor General as an Attorney General Fellow and clerked for Justice Nathan Coats of the Colorado Supreme Court. Alec received his J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he served as Student Director for the Project on Predatory Student Lending. He holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain |617.522.3003 | aharris@law.harvard.edu


Crisanne Hazen

Crisanne Hazen

Assistant Director
Clinic: Child Advocacy Clinic
Topics of Interest: Child Law, Education Law, Family Law
Legal Experience: Crisanne Hazen worked as a supervising attorney at Legal Advocates for Children and Youth, a program of the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley, located in San Jose, California. Starting her career as an Equal Justice Works fellow in 2006, she practiced multiple areas of law affecting children and youth, including education, guardianship, family law, housing, and immigration. She also managed projects focusing on transition-age foster youth, commercially sexually exploited children, and a medical-legal partnership clinic. Hazen is a graduate of Harvard University and the University of California-Davis School of Law.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4133 | 617.496.1684 | chazen@law.harvard.edu


Joseph A. Hedal

Deputy Director
Clinic: Transactional Law Clinics
Topics of Interest: Business Law; Start-up Enterprises; Financings and Acquisitions; Negotiation and Mediation.
Legal Experience: For 13 years, Joseph Hedal worked as general counsel to LTX-Credence Corporation, a NASDAQ global technology company, and prior to that worked in private practice for Bingham, Dana & Gould and Foley, Hoag & Eliot.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4103 | 617.998.0104 | jhedal@law.harvard.edu


David Hoffman

John H.Watson Jr. Lecturer on Law
SPO: Harvard Mediation Program
Courses: Mediation
Topics of Interest: Mediation; Arbitration; Collaborative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Negotiation
Legal experience: David Hoffman has 17 years of experience at Hill & Barlow in Boston, where he was involved in litigation, family law, and employment matters; and 8 years at Boston Law Collaborative, LLC. He has also been mediating and arbitrating cases for the past 20 years.
Contact: Lewis 337 | 617.495.3159 | davhoffman@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Advocacy Fellow
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Legal Experience: Yee Htun is the Director of Myanmar Program for Justice Trust, a legal non-profit that partners with lawyers and activists to strengthen communities fighting for justice and human rights. She has more than ten years of international advocacy experience working on behalf of refugee and migrant communities. Prior to joining Justice Trust, Yee was selected by women Nobel Peace Laureates from Nobel Women’s Initiative to coordinate and lead the first-ever international campaign to stop rape and sexual violence in conflict (2011-2012). Yee has an undergraduate degree in Criminology and Women’s Studies from Simon Fraser University and a Juris Doctor (J.D. in International Law) from Dalhousie University.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3117 | 617.495.9362| yhtun@law.harvard.edu


Wendy B. Jacobs

Clinical Professor of Law and Clinic Director
Clinic: Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic
Courses: Climate Solutions Living Lab; Environmental Law and Policy Clinical Course
Topics of Interest: Environmental Law; Administrative Law; Liability Regimes for Carbon Capture and Sequestration; Polices and Technologies for the Reduction of Air and Water Pollution; Financial and Other Incentives for Development of Renewable Power Sources; Quantification and Reduction of Environmental Risks; Due Diligence and Distribution of Environmental Liabilities in Corporate Transactions; Development of Contaminated Properties (brownfields); Enactment of Pollution Reduction Laws in Europe.
Legal Experience: Wendy Jacobs was a partner at Foley Hoag LLP, working exclusively on environmental matters involving federal and state environmental laws, government agencies and non-profit organizations, and private sector clients. She was also the manager of the law firm’s pro bono program, and before that worked as an appellate attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4121 | 617.496.3368 | wjacobs@law.harvard.edu


Aladdine Joroff

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic
Topics of Interest: Environmental Law; Land Use
Legal Experience: Previously, Aladdine Joroff practiced environmental and land use law in the Boston offices of Beveridge & Diamond and Goodwin Procter, where her work included permitting, operating and regulatory compliance counseling, policy development advocacy and associated litigation in state and federal courts.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4124 | 617.495.5014 | ajoroff@law.harvard.edu


Nancy Kelly

Senior Clinical Instructor
Co-Managing Director of HIRC at Greater Boston Legal Services
Clinic: Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program
Topics of Interest: Immigration Law; Refugee and Asylum Law
Legal Experience: Previously, Nancy Kelly served as a Harvard Law School Human Rights Program Fellow. She initiated the nationally and internationally prominent Women Refugees Project, a centerpiece of the Clinic’s work. Among other honors, Ms. Kelly received the 2000 John G. Brooks Award of the Boston Bar Association for her work with refugee women and children, and for her teaching at the Clinic.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3103 | 617.603.1808 | nkelly@gbls.org


Tamara E. Kolz Griffin

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Veterans Law and Disability Benefits Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Course: Health, Disability and Planning Clinical Workshop, Access to Justice Clinical Seminar: Benefits Advocacy and Estate Planning for Persons with Disabilities, Veterans and Families
Topics of Interest: Estate Planning; Probate Law; Estate Administration; Guardianships; Conservatorships; Community Lawyering
Legal Experience: Tamara Kolz has over 15 years of experience in private practice at a large firm specializing in estate planning, estate administration and probate controversies with expertise in same-sex legal issues. She currently maintains a solo practice specializing in estate planning and trust, and estate administration while directing the Estate Planning Clinic at the same time.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2530 | tkolz@law.harvard.edu


Vivek Krishnamurthy

Assistant Director and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Cyberlaw Clinic
Courses: Cyberlaw Clinic Seminar
Topics of Interest: Privacy and Data Security; Social Responsibility; Human Rights
Legal Experience: Vivek Krishnamurthy clerked for the Hon. Morris J. Fish of the Supreme Court of Canada and later joined Foley Hoag LLP as an associate in its Corporate Social Responsibility and International Litigation practices, where he advised corporate clients on a range of business and human rights challenges and represented foreign governments and other clients in cases before domestic and international courts.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5018 | 617.384.9128 | vkrishnamurthy@law.harvard.edu


Amanda Kool

Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law 
Clinic: Community Enterprise Project of the Transactional Law Clinics
SPO: Recording Artist Project
Courses: Community Enterprise Project of the Transactional Law Clinics
Topics of Interest: Transactional Law; Community Economic Development
Legal Experience: Previously, Amanda Kool was the attorney and clinical fellow at the Transactional Law Clinics. She also worked as a corporate and finance associate attorney at Nixon Peabody LLP in Boston.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4103 | 617.496.4583 | akool@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
Topics of Interest: Negotiation and Mediation
Legal Experience: Before joining HNMCP, Rachel taught negotiation at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and led interactive negotiation and leadership workshops designed specifically for young women through her company, Connect More Consulting. Rachel has also served as a teaching team member for executive education seminars offed by the Harvard Negotiation Institute and courses at Penn Law School and Vienna University of Economics and Business. In addition, Rachel has worked on negotiation and conflict resolution projects with nonprofit, educational, and governmental institutions including Seeds of Peace, GenHERation, the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at SCH Academy, and the National Institutes of Health. She received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and her B.A. from Columbia University.
Contact: Pound 513 | 617.496.6901 | rkrol@law.harvard.edu


Heather Kulp

Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
Courses: Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Seminar
Topics of Interest: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Dispute Systems Design; Negotiation; Mediation; Facilitation; Not-for-Profit Law; Housing Law
Legal Experience: Heather Kulp was a Skadden Fellow at the Resolution Systems Institute/Center for Conflict Resolution. She also worked as a mediator with Cook County Foreclosure Mediation Program and was a Pritzker Fellow with Northwestern Law.
Contact: Pound 516 | 617.495.9693 | hkulp@law.harvard.edu


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Erica Kyzmir-McKeon

Attorney
Clinic: Project on Predatory Student Lending, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Legal Experience: Previously, Erica was a Staff Attorney at Pine Tree Legal Assistance, Inc. in Portland, Maine, where she specialized in housing, consumer, and public benefits matters, and a Staff Attorney in the Consumer Protection Unit of the New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG) in New York City, serving as the Coordinating Attorney for the Volunteer Lawyer for a Day Consumer Credit Project in the Bronx and Queens County Civil Courts.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.522.3003 | ekyzmirmckeon@law.harvard.edu


Eloise Lawrence

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Legal Experience: Eloise has served as a staff attorney at the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau for over three years representing tenants and homeowners in post-foreclosure evictions and working closely with community organizers as part of Project No One Leaves. Previously, she was a staff attorney in the Consumer Rights Unit of Greater Boston Legal Services where she brought affirmative suits on behalf of mortgagors against loan originators, servicers and foreclosing entities. Prior to the foreclosure crisis, she was an attorney at the Conservation Law Foundation, and started her legal career as a Skadden Fellow in Chicago representing public housing residents in civil rights class actions. She received a J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law in 2002 and a B.A. from Stanford University in 1995.
Contact: 23 Everett Street, 1st Floor | 617.496.5484 | elawrence@law.harvard.edu


James S. Liebman

Visiting Professor of Law
Clinic: Public Education Policy and Consulting Clinic
Topics of Interest: Public Education
Legal Experience: James S. Liebman is the Simon H. Rifkind Professor of Law, Columbia University School of Law.
Contact: Lewis 208 | jliebman@law.columbia.edu


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Deanne Loonin

Attorney
Clinic: Project on Predatory Student Lending, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Legal Experience: Deanne is the founder and former Director of the National Consumer Law Center’s Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project. She is the primary author of the first five editions of NCLC’s Student Loan Law and numerous policy papers and reports on student assistance topics. She created and maintains the Student Loan Borrower Assistance website. Deanne has advocated for low-income student loan borrowers before Congress, state, and federal administrative agencies, including Department of Education rulemaking sessions, and in other forums.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain |617.522.3003 | dloonin@law.harvard.edu


Jonathan Massey

Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Supreme Court Litigation Clinic
Legal Experience: Jonathan Massey has argued over 30 cases in federal and state courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court and numerous U.S. Courts of Appeals. He has filed briefs in dozens of other matters, including more than 65 in the U.S. Supreme Court alone.
Contact: jmassey@law.harvard.edu


Jennifer McKinnon

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Criminal Justice Institute
Topics of Interest: Juvenile Justice
Legal Experience: Prior to joining CJI, Jennifer McKinnon was a public defender with the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS) for over ten years. In that capacity, she represented indigent clients charged with crimes in Suffolk, Norfolk, and Middlesex counties. She litigated felonies in Suffolk Superior Court for seven years, served as a supervising attorney in the Roxbury/Dorchester District Court Office, and later was the Attorney-in-Charge of the Norfolk County District Court Office of CPCS. She also served as a law clerk in Massachusetts Superior Court.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5116 | 617.496.9762 | jmckinnon@law.harvard.edu


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Caitlin McCormick-Brault

Associate Director and Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Topics of Interest: Health Law; Health Policy
Legal Experience: Prior to joining CHLPI, Caitlin spent nine years in private practice in Washington D.C. with the nation’s top public policy practices at the law firms of Patton Boggs and subsequently Akin Gump Straus Hauer & Feld. While in private practice, Ms. McCormick-Brault advised clients on legislative and regulatory matters pertaining to health care. She has extensive experience navigating the legislative and regulatory process, drafting legislative language, preparing regulatory comment letters, and developing and implementing strategies for individual clients and coalitions. She has worked directly on matters related to all the major health care legislation in recent years, including the Affordable Care Act, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act, and many others.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2684 | cmccormickbrault@law.harvard.edu


Toby Merrill

Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Courses: Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Clinical Seminar
Topics of Interest: Predatory Student Lending
Legal Experience: Toby Merrill clerked for the Honorable Janet C. Hall of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut. She was also a Skadden fellow at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center where she founded the Project on Predatory Student Lending.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2576 | tomerrill@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Fellow
Clinic: Food Law and Policy Clinic
Topics of Interest: Food Law
Legal Experience: Lee comes to the clinic as the inaugural Jane Matilda Bolin fellow and a recipient of the Yale Law Journal Public Interest Fellowship. At the Food Law and Policy Clinic he coordinates a farm bill research consortium comprising six leading law schools with food and agricultural law and policy expertise. Lee received his JD from Yale Law School, where he co-founded the Yale Food Law Society. During law school he pursued experiential opportunities in the field of food and agriculture law across all levels of government. He led an extended project to improve national regulation of concentrated animal feeding operations, helped launch a legal services hub for farmers in Connecticut, and pushed forward pro-agriculture zoning reforms in New Haven.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2579 | lmiller@law.harvard.edu


Lia Monahon

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Criminal Justice Institute
Topics of Interest: Juvenile Justice
Legal Experience: Prior to joining CJI, Lia Monahon served as a superior court trial attorney with the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS), where she was the lead attorney in serious felony cases, and represented clients in all stages of criminal prosecution from arraignment through post-dispositional advocacy. She also served on the advisory committee for the “Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth,” where she guided strategic coordination of multi-state legislative efforts with constitutional challenge to juvenile life without parole (LWOP) before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5116 | 617.496.2497 | lmonahon@law.harvard.edu


Dana Montalto

Liman Fellow
Clinic: Veterans Law and Disability Benefits Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Topics of Interest: Veterans Law
Legal Experience: Dana Montalto clerked for the Hon. F. Dennis Saylor IV of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She received her law degree from Yale Law School where she participated in the Veterans Legal Services Clinic and the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project. While at Yale, Dana was awarded the Joseph A. Chubb Competition Prize for excellence in legal draftsmanship and the Francis Wayland Prize for proficiency in preparing and presenting a case in negotiation, arbitration, and litigation.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2737 | dmontalto@law.harvard.edu


Maggie Morgan

Albert M. Sacks Clinical and Advocacy Fellow
Clinic: Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program
Topics of Interest: Immigration Law; Refugee and Asylum Law; Health Law
Legal Experience: Maggie Morgan is an alumna of the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic. Most recently she was a clinical fellow in the Health Law & Policy Clinic at Harvard Law School, working on national and state-based health law and policy initiatives to increase access to health care for low-income citizens. She also developed several projects focused on improving access to health care for immigrants in the United States. Before that, Maggie clerked for the Honorable Nanette K. Laughrey of the Western District of Missouri.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3107 | 617.496.5497 | mmorgan@law.harvard.edu


Julie McCormack

Senior Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Veterans Law and Disability Benefits Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Legal Experience: Previously, Julie McCormack worked at Community Legal Aid, in Worcester, representing clients in the areas of public benefits, housing, consumer and employment law. She co-teaches on disability and administrative law as part of the Veteran’s Law and Disability Benefits workshops.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2522 | jmccorma@law.harvard.edu


Maureen E. McDonagh

Managing Attorney and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Housing Law Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
CoursesHousing Law Clinical Workshop
Topics of Interest: Litigation; Trial Skills; Clinical Legal Education; Housing
Legal Experience: Maureen McDonagh represented indigent clients in criminal cases as well as in state intervention child custody cases. She was a mentor attorney for the Massachusetts Committee for Public Counsel Services Children and Family Law Program. She is also a member of the Boston Bar Real Estate Section Pro Bono Subcommittee, overseeing the Lawyer for the Day Program at Boston Housing Court.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2542 | mcdonagh@law.harvard.edu


James Verner Moore

Senior Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Legal Experience: James has a solo litigation practice in Cambridge, working matters involving family law, personal injury, professional negligence, contracts, and commercial and residential leases.
Contact: 23 Everett Street, 1st Floor | 617.495.4408 | jvmoore@law.harvard.edu


Kristin Muñiz

Senior Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Criminal Justice Institute
Topics of Interest
: Criminal Law and Procedure; Juvenile Justice; Trial Practice
Legal Experience: Prior to joining CJI, Kristin Muniz worked as a public defender for 11 years with the Committee for Public Counsel Services in Boston and Roxbury. She has represented indigent defendants, both juvenile and adult, in the district and superior courts of Massachusetts in charges ranging from trespass to homicide.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5116 | 617.496.9072 | kmuniz@law.harvard.edu


Daniel Nagin

Vice-Dean for Experiential and Clinical Education
Clinical Professor of Law and Clinic Director
Director of the WilmerHale Legal Services Center

Clinic: Veterans Law and Disability Benefits Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Courses: Veterans Law and Disability Clinical Seminar
Topics of Interest: Clinical Legal Education; Poverty Law; Administrative Law: Veterans Benefits Social Welfare and Policy
Legal Experience: Dan Nagin was an Associate Professor of Law and Director at the Family Resource Clinic, University of Virginia School of Law. He was also a Lecturer in Law and managing attorney with the Civil Justice Clinic, Washington University in St. Louis School of Law.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain / WCC 3080 | 617.390.2560 | dnagin@law.harvard.edu


Nnena E.J. Odim

Senior Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Family and Domestic Violence Law Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Courses: Litigating in the Family Courts: Domestic Violence & Family Law Clinical Seminar
Topics of Interest: Family Law; Domestic Violence Law
Legal Experience: Nnena Odim practices in all aspects of domestic relations and family mediation. While in law school, she was the coordinator of the National Lawyer’s Guild’s ‘Street Law Clinic’, a program led by law students and practicing attorneys providing legal information on landlord/tenant and stop and search issues to local high schools, community centers, homeless shelters, prisons and other community groups.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2586 | nodim@law.harvard.edu


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Audrey Patten

Clinical Fellow
Clinic: Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Topics of Interest: Consumer Law; Housing Law; Domestic Violence Law
Legal Experience: Prior to her work at the Legal Services Center, Audrey was a staff attorney at Northeast Legal Aid, Inc. in Lowell, MA where she represented domestic violence survivors in Family Court. At the clinic, she is working on a new project to link clients from the domestic violence/family law clinic with consumer law advocacy. Audrey’s practice is aimed at representing survivors of domestic violence in consumer law matters, including debt collection defense, access to housing, and bankruptcy.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain |617.390.2550 | apatten@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Transactional Law Clinics
Topics of Interest: Transactional Law
Legal Experience: Prior to joining the Transactional Law Clinics, Marea worked as Assistant General Counsel for Urban America, L.P. and as counsel for Urban America Advisors, LLC in the area of real estate investment management. Her professional practice has focused on corporate law, corporate finance, securities and real estate finance and she has worked for large firms such as Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom and Cahill Gordon & Reindel. Marea holds a J.D. from Columbia Law School, a M.S. in Historic Preservation from Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4109 | 617.998.0103 | mparker@law.harvard.edu


Marcia Peters

Senior Clinical Instructor
SPO: Tenant Advocacy Project
Legal Experience: Marcia Peters has been at TAP for 29 years and involved in low-income tenant work for 39. She has worked at the MA Union of Public Housing Tenants, the Legal Services Center, the Boston Housing Authority during its receivership, and Medical Legal Partnership | Boston.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5123 | 617.495.4394 | mpeters@law.harvard.edu


Christopher Pierce

Licensed Social Worker
Clinic: Criminal Justice Institute, Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
SPOs: Harvard Defenders, Prison Legal Assistance Project, Tenant Advocacy Project
Experience: With over 13 years of experience providing direct clinical care, supervision and advocacy, Mr. Pierce enhances the work of CJI’s legal defense team by providing clinical assessments of clients and mitigation services in court proceedings. He also provides referrals for a variety of social and vocational services. Mr. Pierce educates student attorneys about the interface between clients’ involvement with the criminal justice system, mental health and social service systems.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5116 | 617.495.1731 | cpierce@law.harvard.edu


Brian Price

Clinical Professor of Law
Clinic: Transactional Law Clinics
Courses: Transactional Law Clinical Workshop
Topics of Interest: Community Economic Development; Entertainment Law; Non-profit Organization
Legal Experience: Previously, Brian was the director of the WilmerHale Legal Services Center, and general counsel and senior director of certification and enforcement at the Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance within the Massachusetts Department of Economic Development. He has also served as assistant counsel for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4112 | 617.998.0102 | bprice@law.harvard.edu


Robert E. Proctor

Senior Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Criminal Justice Institute
Courses: Trial Advocacy Workshop, Introduction to Trial Advocacy
Topics of Interest: Criminal Law and Procedure; Civil Rights
Legal Experience: Robert Proctor has experience in private practice specializing in criminal defense. He has represented and consulted with clients in all phases of criminal proceedings from minor misdemeanors to serious felonies in District and Superior Courts in Massachusetts. He was also a member of Suffolk Lawyers for Justice and Middlesex Defense Attorneys bar advocate programs for over ten years providing legal representation for indigent defendants.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5116 | 617.496.8144 | rproctor@law.harvard.edu


Desta Reff

Mississippi Delta Fellow
SPO: Mississippi Delta Project
Experience: While a student at HLS, Desta helped to found and direct the Harvard Law School Documentary Studio. She is an accomplished documentary filmmaker.


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Christina Rice

Clinical Fellow
Clinic:  Food Law and Policy Clinic of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Legal Experience: Christina attended University of Arkansas School of Law Agricultural and Food Law LL.M. program. As a LL.M. candidate Christina explored a broad spectrum of food law and policy issues through a combination of academic study and project-based work. She is licensed to practice law in North Carolina. She received her J.D. from Charlotte School of Law in 2014.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain / WCC 3130 | 617.390.2556 | chrice@law.harvard.edu


Amy Rosenberg

Associate Director and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Courses: Public Health Law and Policy
Topics of Interest: Healthcare Access; Health Disparities; HIV/AIDS Law and Policy; Health-Related Stigma and Discrimination; Health Literacy; Community Lawyering; Legislative Advocacy
Legal Experience: Amy Rosenberg was the first Albert Sacks Fellow at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center. She has also worked for the AIDS Action Committee as a Senior Public Policy & Legal Analyst and a Legal and Health Policy Consultant to state and federal agencies, community-based organizations, and universities.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2677 | arosenbe@law.harvard.edu


Patricio Rossi

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Contact: 23 Everett Street, 1st Floor | 617.496.4143 | prossi@law.harvard.edu


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Victoria Roytenberg

Attorney
Clinic: Project on Predatory Student Lending, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Legal Experience: Previously, Victoria was a public defender at the Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS), where she represented indigent clients who were charged with criminal offenses. She received her J.D. from the City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law. At CUNY, Victoria was a staff member of the CUNY Law Review, a student clinician in the Adult Defender Clinic, and defended students facing long-term exclusion from NYC public schools through the Suspension Representation Project.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.522.3003 | vroytenberg@law.harvard.edu


Kevin Russell

Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Supreme Court Litigation Clinic
Courses: Supreme Court Litigation
Topics of Interest: Civil Rights; Civil Procedure
Legal Experience: Kevin Russell has argued ten merits cases in the Supreme Court. He was counsel in many other cases and has also filed amicus briefs on behalf of groups like ACLU, NAACP, the National Women’s Law Center, and constitutional law scholars. Previously, he also worked for the U.S. Department of Justice, representing the United States in civil and criminal cases in federal courts.
Contact: krussell@goldsteinrussell.com


Katie Ryan

Staff Attorney
Clinic: Education Law Clinic of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative
Legal Experience: Previously, Katie Ryan worked for the Child Advocacy Clinic at the University of Virginia, where she supervised students in casework involving issues of special education, school discipline, and juvenile justice. She also developed and ran a pro bono program that was a partnership between the University of Virginia School of Law, the Legal Aid Justice Center’s JustChildren program, and Virginia law firms.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 4105 | 617.496.9369 | kryan@law.harvard.edu


John Salsberg

Senior Clinical Instructor
SPO: Harvard Defenders
Topics of Interest: Civil Rights; Civil Liberties; Equal Protection; Student Disciplinary matters, including plagiarism and other charges of misconduct.
Legal Experience: John Salsberg was a trial lawyer with the Massachusetts Defenders Committee. He has also worked as an Adjunct Faculty at Boston College Law School.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5113 | 617.495.3144 | jsalsber@law.harvard.edu


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Amanda Mangaser Savage

Attorney and Fellow
Clinic: Project on Predatory Student Lending, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Legal Experience: Previously, Amanda was an associate in the litigation department of Ropes & Gray LLP. Prior to joining Ropes & Gray, Amanda served as a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, handling matters in the housing, employment, and public accommodations contexts. Amanda received her J.D. from Yale Law School, where she was a student director of the Immigration Legal Services Clinic, assisting clients seeking asylum and post-asylum benefits. She holds a B.A. magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from Harvard College.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain |617.522.3003 | asavage@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Fellow
Clinic: Federal Tax Clinic, WilmerHale Legal Services Center
Topics of Interest: Tax Law
Legal Experience: Before coming to Harvard Law School, Caleb worked as a staff attorney for the Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid Statewide Tax Project. He has also worked as a student director at Lewis & Clark Low Income Taxpayer Clinic. He holds a J.D. from Lewis & Clark Law School and a B.A. from the University of Minnesota.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain | 617.390.2518| casmith@law.harvard.edu


Carol Steiker

Henry J. Friendly Professor of Law
Clinic: Capital Punishment Clinic
Courses: Capital Punishment in America; Criminal Justice Fellows Seminar
Topics of Interest: Criminal Procedure; Capital Punishment; Legal Ethics
Legal Experience: Carol Steiker was a Law Clerk in the Federal Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, 1986-88. She was also a Public Defender (juvenile, trial and appellate), 1988-92.
Contact: Griswold 409 | 617.495.5457 | steiker@law.harvard.edu


Carmel Shachar

Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Health Law and Policy Clinic of the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Topics of Interest: Health Policy; Health Care Reform; Health Care Reform Implementation; Medicare; Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act
Legal Experience: Carmel Shachar clerked for the Hon. Jacques L. Weiner, Jr. of the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. She has also worked as an associate in the health care group of Ropes & Gray, LLP.
Contact: 122 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain / WCC 3027 | 617.390.2588 | cshachar@law.harvard.edu


Tejinder Singh

Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Supreme Court Litigation Clinic
Legal Experience: Tejinder Singh has represented parties and amici before the Supreme Court and lower courts. His matters have involved a broad range of subject areas, including constitutional law, the enforcement of arbitration awards, civil rights, criminal defense, financial regulation, and gambling law. In 2014, Tejinder argued and won the Supreme Court case Lane v. Franks, establishing that the First Amendment protects the subpoenaed testimony of public employees.
Contact: tsingh@law.harvard.edu


Ronald Sullivan

Clinical Professor of Law and Clinic Director
Clinic: Criminal Justice Institute
Course: Criminal Procedure; Criminal Law; Trial Advocacy Workshop; Defense Theory and Practice
Topics of Interest: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties; Criminal Law; Legal Ethics; Race
Legal Experience: Prior to teaching at Harvard, Ronald Sullivan served on the faculty of Yale Law School, where, after his first year teaching, he won the law school’s award for outstanding teaching. He has also worked as a staff attorney, General Counsel and Director of the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia. He represented hundreds of clients in thousands of matters, ranging from juvenile delinquency cases to first-degree murder cases.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5116 | 617.496.4777 | rsullivan@law.harvard.edu


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Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Legal Experience: Toiya Taylor began her legal career as a Law Clerk for the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court in 2000, and opened her own law practice in 2002. She practiced extensively in both the Massachusetts Juvenile and Probate and Family Courts as both an attorney and a Guardian Ad Litem. She represented parents and children in care and protection, guardianship, child support, child custody, DYS revocation and delinquency matters. She also served as an ARC attorney in the Norfolk and Suffolk County Probate and Family Courts where she represented children pro bono in high conflict matters to assist with resolution. Taylor is also a mentor for new panel members of the Children and Family Law Division of the Committee for Public Counsel Services and is a bar advocate with Suffolk Lawyers for Justice, Inc. in both the Dorchester Juvenile and West Roxbury District Courts.
Contact: 3 Everett Street, 1st floor | 617.494.5597 | totaylor@law.harvard.edu


Jim Tierney

Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Government Lawyer: State Attorney General Clinic
Courses: The Operations and Ethics of the State Attorney General; The Role of State Attorney General
Topics of Interest: The Role of Government Lawyer
Legal Experience: James Tierney has served as a Majority Leader in the Maine House of Representatives and later on as the Maine Attorney General. In December, 1992, he was named as special attorney general to investigate misconduct allegations on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. He is the Director the National State Attorneys General Program at Columbia Law School, where he has also been a Lecturer in Law since 2000.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3028 | 617.496.8029 |  jtierney@law.harvard.edu


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Joel Thompson

Clinical Instructor
SPO: Prison Legal Assistance Project
Topics of Interest: Prisons; Criminal Justice
Legal ExperienceJoel Thompson originally represented prisoners while at PLAP during his HLS student years in the mid-1990s. In addition to his current Supervising Attorney work at PLAP, Joel also serves as a staff attorney for Prisoners’ Legal Services of Massachusetts, a nonprofit legal services office.  At PLS, Joel coordinates the office’s health care advocacy and litigation. Before arriving at PLS in 2005, Joel was a litigation associate at law firms in Portland, Maine and Bridgeport, Connecticut, and clerked for the Hon. William K. Sessions III, U.S.D.C. Vermont.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5107 | 617.495.3969 | jthompson@law.harvard.edu


Phillip L. Torrey

Senior Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Crimmigration Clinic, Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program
SPO: Harvard Immigration Project
Courses: Crimmigration: The Intersection of Criminal Law and Immigration Law
Topics of Interest: Immigration Law; Refugee and Asylum Law; Criminal Law and Procedure
Legal Experience: Previously, Phil Torrey worked as an Attorney Fellow in the Immigration Unit of Greater Boston Legal Services and as a litigation associate at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3103 | 617.495.0638 | ptorrey@law.harvard.edu


Dehlia Umunna

Clinical Professor of Law and Deputy Director
Clinic: Criminal Justice Institute
Courses: Defense Theory and Practice; The Effects of Mass Incarceration; Experiences of Prison and Parole
Topics of Interest: Criminal Law; Trial Advocacy; Clinical Teaching; Juvenile Justice
Legal Experience: Prior to joining CJI, Dehlia Umunna worked at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia as a trial attorney. She represented indigent clients in cases that ranged from misdemeanor charges of theft, assault, and drug possession, to felony charges of narcotics distribution, firearms possession, armed robbery, kidnapping, child sexual abuse, rape and homicide.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5116 | 617.496.4830 | dumunna@law.harvard.edu


Rachel Viscomi

Assistant Director and Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
Courses: Dispute Systems Design; Lawyer as Facilitator Workshop
Topics of Interest: Dispute System Design; Negotiation and Mediation
Legal Experience: Previously, Rachel Viscomi was a principal in the Corporate Education Practice of Vantage Partners, working with Fortune 500 clients from a wide range of industries (energy, financial services, sales, pharmaceuticals, technology, and entertainment, among others). She has also taught conflict resolution sessions as part of UMass Boston’s Emerging Leaders Program, NALEO’s National Summit on the State of Latino Education, Amsterdam’s ADR Institute, the Citadel, and at the Military College of South Carolina. Rachel also practiced as a civil litigator with the law firm of Bingham McCutchen, LLP.
Contact: Pound 513 | 617.495.5425 | rviscomi@law.harvard.edu


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Salma Waheedi

Clinical Advocacy Fellow
Clinic: International Human Rights Clinic
Legal Experience: Salma Waheedi specializes in international human rights law, Islamic law, gender justice, family law, comparative constitutional law, and refugee and asylum law. She currently holds a joint appointment with Harvard Law School’s Islamic Legal Studies Program, where she focuses on family relations in Islamic jurisprudence. Prior to joining the International Human Rights Clinic, Salma was a researcher with the Islamic Legal Studies Program, where she wrote on reform strategies of Islamic family law and comparative judicial review in Muslim countries. She also practiced regulatory compliance law with Baker and McKenzie LLP, and served as a clinical fellow at Yale Law School’s Transnational Development Project and as an immigration law fellow at the United African Organization in Chicago. Salma received her JD from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and holds an MA in International Law and Government from Georgetown University, an MA in Middle East Comparative Politics from the American University, and a BA in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3117 | 617.495.9362| swaheedi@law.harvard.edu


Lynn Weissberg

Senior Clinical Instructor
SPO: Tenant Advocacy Project
Legal Experience: Lynn Weissberg has over thirty years of experience in private practice, concentrating in employment law and litigation and civil rights litigation. She is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 5123 | 617.495.4394 | lweissbe@law.harvard.edu


Lucie White

Professor of Law
Clinic: Making Rights Real: The Ghana Project
Courses: Poverty Law; Poverty, Human Rights, and Development; Making Rights Real: The Ghana Project; Harvard Africa Workshop: Changing Economies, Changing Polities, Changing Faces of Capitalism
Contact: Griswold 511 | 617.495.4299 | lwhite@law.harvard.edu


Alex Whiting

Professor of Practice
Clinic: Government Lawyer: United States Attorney Clinic
Courses: Government Lawyer
Topics of Interest: Procedures of International Criminal Tribunals; Criminal Trials and Appeals; Prosecution
Contact: Griswold 408 | 617.495.4622 | awhiting@law.harvard.edu


Patricia Whiting

Senior Clinical Instructor
Clinic: Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Legal Experience: Previously, Patricia Whiting was a fellow and Clinical Instructor at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center practicing in the areas of housing law and consumer bankruptcy. She was also an associate at the Cambridge law firm of Pressman & Kruskal, where she worked on matters involving residential real estate, estate planning, and lead paint litigation.
Contact: 23 Everett Street, 1st Floor | 617.494.5592 | pwhiting@law.harvard.edu


John Willshire-Carerra

Senior Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law
Co-Managing Director of HIRC at Greater Boston Legal Services
Clinic: Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program
Courses: Emerging Issues in Refugee Protection: The Representation of Child Asylum Seekers
Topics of Interest: Immigration Law; Refugee and Asylum Law
Legal Experience: John Willshire-Carerra is a nationally known researcher and practitioner with numerous prominent, immigration and asylum litigation victories to his credit. In 1987, he directed the Ford Foundation national research and organizing project on implementation of Plyler v. Doe, the Supreme Court decision that established the right of all immigrant students to a public education in the United States. He has received the Dow-Gardner-Landrum Award for outstanding commitment to legal services to the poor and the annual legal services attorney award from the Massachusetts Bar Association, among others.
Contact: 6 Everett Street, WCC 3107 | 617.603.1670 | jwillshirecare@law.harvard.edu


Jonathan Wroblewski

Lecturer on Law
Clinic: Government Lawyer: Semester in Washington Clinic
Course: Government Lawyer Semester in Washington Clinical Seminar
Topics of Interest: Policymaking; Criminal Law and Procedure
Legal experience: Director, Office of Policy and Legislation, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice; Commissioner, U.S. Sentencing Commission; Prosecutor, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice; Director of Legislative Affairs, U.S. Sentencing Commission; Assisting Public Defender, Alameda County Public Defender’s Office
Contact6 Everett Street, WCC 3130 | 617.496.6228 |  jwroblewski@law.harvard.edu