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News  /  October 19, 2012  / 

Demographics of BSA, Law Review, HLAB

2012.10.19 Demographics

  According to the Board of Student Advisors, approximately 33 percent of its members self-identified as female, 33 percent self-identified as males and 33 percent did not report their gender. According to the Harvard Law Review, approximately 25 percent of its 88 members are female and 75 percent are males. According to the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, approximately 40 percent of its 51 members self-identified as female, 44 percent self-identified as male and 17 percent did not report their gender. According to the BSA, approximately 17 percent of its 42 members self-identified as non-white, 50 percent are whites and 33 percent did not report their race. Law Review did not have data on the racial composition of their current board of editors. According to HLAB, 31 percent of its 51 members self-identified as non-white, 52 percent self-identified as white and 17 percent did not report their race. According to the BSA, approximately 2 percent of its 42 … Continue reading

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News  /  April 19, 2012  / 

Demographics of BSA, Law Review, HLAB

2012.4.16 Demographics

According to the Board of Student Advisors, approximately 48 percent of its 42 members self-identified as female, 43 percent self-identified as males and nine percent did not report their gender. According to the Harvard Law Review, approximately 33 percent of its 88 members are female and 67 percent are males. According to the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, approximately 40 percent of its 48 members self-identified as female, 44 percent self-identified as male and 17 percent did not report their gender. According to the BSA, approximately 14 percent of its 42 members self-identified as racial minorities, 76 percent are whites and ten percent did not report their race. Law Review did not have data on the racial composition of their current board of editors. According to HLAB, 31 percent of its 48 members self-identified as racial minorities, 52 percent self-identified as white and 17 percent did not report their race. According to the BSA, approximately five percent of its 42 members … Continue reading

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News / Photos  /  February 3, 2012  / 

Photo Tour of the Legal Aid Bureau Office

23 everett

  The Harvard Legal Aid Bureau’s offices are located in the first floor of 23 Everett Street.

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News  /  January 31, 2012  / 

Tim Visser Elected President of Legal Aid Bureau

The newly elected and now acting board (from left to right, front to back): President Tim Visser, Law '13; Executive Director Josh Rovenger, Law '13; Vice President for Practice Standards, Ceilidh Gao, Law '13; Vice President for Membership Emily Wales, Law '13; Secretary-Treasurer Justine Goeke, Law '13; Training Director Lena Silver, Law '13; Intake Director Jennifer Ramos, Law '13; Outreach Director  Cristina Rodrigues, Law '13; Research; and Communications Director Patrick Llewellyn, Law '13. Not pictured is Technology Director Dave Barber, Law '13

Tim Visser, Law ’13, was elected president of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau for Spring 2012 to Fall 2012.Visser anticipates maintaining housing and family law as the “heart of what the Bureau does.”

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