At 5pm on a Thursday, singing emerges from the seminar room. Students and clinical instructors sit around the table. Staff from other centers linger as they exit the building. No, HLAB hasn’t started a choir. Lisa Fitzgerald ’16 is treating the Bureau to a private
Community Activism Law Alliance (CALA), headed by former Harvard Legal Aid Bureau President Lam Ho, HLS J.D. ’08, was awarded an Echoing Green Fellowship. The fellowship is awarded to emerging leaders working to bring about positive social change. Of 3,629 applicants, 52 were selected to receive Fellowships. Read more.
Attorney General Martha Coakley cites the Suero case in urging the FHFA to use buyback reductions and principal reductions. See link to press release here. BOSTON – Saying in a letter today that the use of buyback programs and principal reductions are “key to helping
The Boston Globe covers the Suero case, in which Nicole Summers ’14 won a preliminary injunction earlier this school year. Link to the Globe article here. By Paul McMorrow Globe Columnist May 13, 2014 Ramon Suero left the Dominican Republic for Boston over a
[photo: Clinical instructor Stephanie Goldenhersh and HLAB member Carolina Kupferman ’15] See the OCP blog post here. By: Carolina Kupferman ’15 My legs were shaking under me as I stood up in front of the judge to give my opening statement. My speech in front