Noah Kaplan, Executive Editor for Online Content – Noah has his bachelor’s degree in Government and Spanish from The University of Texas at Austin and a Master’s degree in Education from Arizona State University. He is an alumnus of Teach for America, and taught 4th grade for three years in Glendale, Arizona. He has interned at the Center for Law and Education and the Boston United States Attorney’s Office. He is a 2L at Harvard Law School.
Alex Trepp, Assistant Editor for Online Content – Alex has his bachelor’s degree in Government and Social Science from Wesleyan University. He is an alumnus of Congressman Steve Israel’s Office. He has interned at the Campaign Legal Center and researched campaign finance issues. He is a 2L at Harvard Law School. Alex writes about voting rights and elections.
Bill O’Neil, Assistant Editor for Online Content - Bill O’Neil has his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Brown University. He has interned with the Office of Senator John D. Rockefeller IV as well as the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. He is a 2L at Harvard Law School.
Matt Giffin, Assistant Editor for Online Content - Matt Giffin attended Georgetown University, where he majored in International History in the School of Foreign Service and graduated in the Spring of 2010. In the Summer of 2011 he worked for the Public Defender Agency in Indianapolis, Indiana. Matt is a 2L at Harvard Law School, and writes about issues related to First Amendment freedoms.
Christine K. Newman, Assistant Editor for Online Content - Christine Newman has a bachelor of arts degree in French, and a certificate in Eastern European and Russian Studies from Georgetown University. She has interned at the Massachusetts Appeals Court and worked as a Research Assistant for Professor Kenneth W. Simons. She is a 2L student at Harvard.
Philip Petrov, Assistant Editor for Online Content - Philip, who holds a bachelor’s degree in political theory from Columbia, writes primarily on education. A tutor and teacher of several years, he has worked with the Campaign for Educational Equity in New York City. He is also interested in psychology and moral theory
Greg Halperin, Online Contributor - Greg Halperin graduated from Duke University in 2011 with a double major in Public Policy Studies and Political Science. He has interned in the Office of Senator Charles Schumer and the Office of Congressman Steve Israel. He is a 1L at Harvard Law School.