Conor Tochilin, Law ’13 and Business ’13, was elected the 126th president of Harvard Law Review on Saturday.
Tochilin said he looks forward to “building on the good work of [his] predecessor, Mitch [Reich, Law ’12].”
Tochilin also said he will continue to develop the “cornerstones of the academic mission of the Review”: “finding the best legal scholarship out there, editing and publishing it… and nurturing members of the Review and developing them as writers….”
Tochilin is a J.D./ M.B.A. joint degree candidate. “I hope I can bring to bear some of the managerial skills [of the M.B.A. program] to the Review,” he said.
He graduated from Harvard College in 2006 with an A.B. in Economics and Philosophy. Before graduate school, he spent a year working for McKinsey as a consultant in New York and then spent two years working as an investor in London.
After law school, Tochilin seeks to work in private equity investing.
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