Daniel FoxLearning Technologist
Daniel has been working at the Harvard Law School Library since 2010, and in TLC since 2014. Daniel provides support for Canvas, the Confluence Wiki and other technologies that can be used in an academic setting. He also explores and tests new technologies as they come onto the scene.
Daniel holds a BA in Philosophy from Northeastern University and is currently pursuing an MLA in Software Engineering from the Harvard Extension School.
Mary O'RourkeTeaching and Learning Coordinator
Mary joined the team in June 2016 and works on the production side of case studies: managing the casestudies.law.harvard.edu website, blog, and social media channels. On the Academic Technology side, Mary also offers Canvas and Polling Platform Support. She holds a BS in Business Administration from Simmons College.
Rachel GordonCase Writer and Research Associate
Rachel joined the team in April 2017 to develop curricular materials with a focus on creating original case studies and other classroom materials for the Executive Education Program at Harvard Law School. Prior to joining HLS, Rachel spent over 10 years writing and developing cases and other curricular materials for the Harvard Business School and the Global Health Education Learning Incubator at Harvard.
While at HBS Rachel worked with a variety of professors with a focus on healthcare and entrepreneurship. At GHELI she created classroom materials that explored and highlighted the impact of social determinants on health at both the individual and population levels. Before coming to Harvard, Rachel worked in healthcare organizations that served the local Boston community as well as the international global community. She also spent a happy year at an award winning local cookie company helping companies send happiness through their corporate gifts.
Rachel has a B.A. from Brown University and an MBA from Simmons College School of Business.
Brittany DeitchCase Development Initiative Fellow
Brittany works with Faculty to incorporate experiential learning into the HLS J.D. curriculum. The case studies she writes are made available to the public at casestudies.law.harvard.edu. After obtaining her BA in English and Political Science from Ursinus College, Brittany served as the Academic Contact Officer for The Jack Miller Center, an academic non-profit in Philadelphia. She then attended law school at the University of Tulsa College of Law and graduated with highest honors, seven CALI Excellence for the Future awards, and a publication in the peer-reviewed Criminal Law Bulletin. During her time in law school, she served as a research assistant for a criminal law and procedure professor and as a teaching assistant for a constitutional law class. Her experience at the Jack Miller Center initially piqued her interest in pedagogy, and her time in law school drew her interest towards legal pedagogy in particular. Her ultimate ambition is to become a law professor.
Megan McCaffertyLHT OT Eligible
Meg works primarily with the Case Studies Program, ensuring that the extensive writing, research and editorial efforts put forth by faculty, students, and case study writers develop into polished final publications. She also offers editorial and design support to HLS faculty developing course and ancillary materials. Meg holds a BA in English from Cornell University and prior to joining the TLC team, directed production departments in the publishing and advertising industries.
Brett JohnsonH2O Project Manager
Office hours: 10 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday
Prior to working for TLC, Brett worked at Montsurrat School of Art in Beverly, MA and managed academic technology there. He currently focuses on providing support for H2O, the online open source case book invented by Jonathan Zittrain and the Berkman Center. In his spare time, he works with film - writing, acting, and producing shorts, as well as performing stand-up comedy around New England.