Volume 49 Online Contributors
Andrew Mamo, Executive Editor for Online Content - Andrew is the Executive Editor for Online Content at CRCL. He is interested in both criminal justice and the effects of technological change on privacy and civil liberties. Andrew is active in the Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project, and has interned at the UN Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials and worked as a summer associate at a law firm in Singapore. Prior to law school he taught in the Prison University Project in San Quentin, CA, and received a Ph.D. in history from UC Berkeley. He is a 3L.
Eric Rice, Executive Editor for Online Content - Eric is a 2L at Harvard Law School. He earned his BA in Socio-Cultural Anthropology from Columbia University. In addition to blogging for CRCL, he is on the board of Beeritas, the official HLS craft beer appreciation society.
Khaled Mowad, Online Content Editor - Khaled Mowad has a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University, New Brunswick in History and Political Science. He is currently a 1L at Harvard Law School and volunteers for the Prison Legal Assistance Project and researches on topics of Islamic law and jurisprudence.
Alyssa Richardson, Online Content Editor - Alyssa is a 2L at HLS. She is interested in American education policy and the disparate impact on minority students. Alyssa is an active member of the mock trial team for Harvard’s Criminal Justice Institute. She is an alumnus of Furman University in South Carolina.
Jon Cioschi, Article Selection Editor - Jon is a 3L at HLS. Originally from Philadelphia, PA., Jon made his way to Cambridge via NYC and a brief trip back to Philadelphia. In NYC, he studied at Columbia University, where he earned a B.A. in Modern American History and Human Rights. He hung around NYC for a couple of years, most notably working as an Investigator for the NYC Civilian Complaint Review Board, which employs non-police investigators to investigate complaints of police misconduct. After his six year stint in NYC, Jon returned to Philly and worked at Community Legal Services in its Public Benefits and Welfare Law Unit. Since beginning law school, Jon has worked at the Capital Habeas Unit of the Federal Defenders for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the National ACLU’s Criminal Law Reform Project, the ACLU of Massachusetts, and Harvard’s Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Legal Services Clinic. This summer, he will be working in the Trial Unit of the Public Defender Service of D.C.
Samuel Weiss, Executive Editor for Article Selection - Samuel Weiss is a 3L at Harvard Law School. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan. He has been a legal intern for the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan, the Southern Center for Human Rights, and the National Prison Project. He edited The End of Race? Obama, 2008, and Racial Politics in America, released by Yale University Press in 2011.