Volume 51 Online Contributors
Logan Place, Executive Editor for Online Content
Logan is a 3L at HLS. He is interested in labor law and workers’ rights, as well as drug policy and its effect on mass incarceration. He was previously a legal intern at the ACLU of Connecticut. At HLS Logan has also been involved with the Consumer Protection Clinic and the Capital Punishment Clinic.
Krista White, Executive Editor for Online Content
Krista is a 3L at HLS. She is from North Carolina and received a B.S. in Psychology from Duke in 2013. She is interested in law and psychology, as well as the legal issues surrounding the American health care system. In the summer of 2014, Krista interned at LegalHealth, a medical-legal partnership in New York. At HLS, Krista is on the board of the Harvard Health Law Society.
Esther Agbaje, Online Content Editor
Esther Agbaje is a 2L at HLS. She is interested in public law and policy. She is active in the Food Law Society and Harvard’s Black Law Student Association. Before coming to law school, she managed rule of law projects for the U.S. Department of State in the Middle East with a country focus on Egypt. Esther also has a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Pennsylvania.
Nathan Burcham, Online Content Editor
Leena Charlton, Online Content Editor
Lauren Gabriel, Online Content Editor
Lauren is a 2L at HLS. She is originally from Pittsburgh, PA, and graduated from Harvard College in 2014. She is interested in the intersection of criminal justice and immigrant and refugee rights. Last summer, she worked in Austin, TX doing employment law for low-income and immigrant workers. At HLS, Lauren is in the Immigration Clinic, and is a member of the Harvard Defenders and the Prison Legal Assistance Project.
Jimin He, Online Content Editor
Jimin is a 2L at HLS. He’s interested in civil rights issues affecting Asian Americans as well as historical Supreme Court cases that deal with individual economic rights. Prior to law school, Jimin attended Yale University and received his B.A. in Economics and Political Science.
Meghan Larywon, Online Content Editor
Meghan is a 2L at HLS. She is interested in criminal justice, women’s rights, and the effects of modern technology on civil liberties. Prior to law school, Meghan completed a Masters in Politics and Communication at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and worked in communications in New York City on behalf of nonprofits and advocacy groups to raise the local minimum wage, pass education reform, and institute prison reforms regarding the use of solitary confinement.
Adam Mills, Online Content Editor
Michelle Nance, Online Content Editor
Michelle is a 2L at HLS. Before coming to law school, she lived in Seattle and worked in the Washington State House of Representatives as a Legislative Assistant. She is interested in civil rights issues, particularly women’s rights.
Sean Parys, Online Content Editor
Sean is a 2L at HLS. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Winnipeg (Canada). Prior to law school, he worked as a research assistant. As a research assistant, he focused on areas such as the history of criminal justice in Canada and the relationship between education and post-release recidivism. This summer, he will be working as a law clerk at the Orleans Public Defenders.
Emma Rekart, Online Content Editor
Emma is a 2L at HLS. She is originally from Vancouver, Canada and graduated from Georgetown University in 2012. Prior to law school, Emma taught Chemistry and ESL for two years at John Overton High School in Nashville, Tennessee. Emma’s interests include education, immigration, and criminal justice.
Jevhon Rivers, Online Content Editor
Jevhon is a 2L at HLS. Originally from Chicago, Jevhon attended Amherst College and received her B.A. in Greek. She is interested in the legal and political issues surrounding race and poverty. After college, she spent two years teaching elementary school in Houston through Teach for America and another year traveling through India and Southeast Asia. She is also involved with the Journal on Racial and Ethnic Justice.
Matthew Ryan, Online Content Editor
Matthew Ryan is from Kansas City. He studied public health and economics at Saint Louis University. Prior to law school, he worked in Hartford, CT as a Jesuit Volunteer at a legal aid clinic. He is interested in health policy.
Stephen Silva, Online Content Editor
Stephen is a 3L at HLS. He is a Massachusetts native and a first generation American, graduating from Yale College in 2010. Prior to law school, Stephen provided assistance to indigent LGBT and HIV-positive asylum seekers at Immigration Equality in New York City. Stephen’s interests include immigration, criminal defense, and alternative dispute resolution.
Pa Nhia Vang, Online Content Editor
Serena Wu, Online Content Editor
Serena is a 3L at HLS.