Home  |   Donate to PLP  |   Contact Us  |   Sitemap 

Search  
   
Program Staff
 

Nathan Cleveland
Program Coordinator & Executive Assistant

Program on the Legal Profession
Harvard Law School
1585 Massachusetts Avenue
Wasserstein Hall, Suite 5018
Cambridge, MA 02138

Tel: + 1 (617) 496-6232
Fax: + 1 (617) 496-8489
E-mail: ncleveland@law.harvard.edu

Nathan Cleveland is the executive assistant to Professors David Wilkins and Scott Westfahl as well as a program coordinator for the Program on the Legal Profession. He graduated with a BA in Political Science & Government from Tufts University in 2007.

Prior to joining PLP, he worked as a faculty assistant to Professors Howell Jackson, Jesse Fried and Jim Greiner at Harvard Law School. Before joining the staff at Harvard Law School in 2010 he served as a college advisor through Tufts University’s College Advising Corps program as well as an assistant coach to the Tufts University Men’s Track & Field team.



Bryon Fong
Assistant Research Director

Program on the Legal Profession
Harvard Law School
1585 Massachusetts Avenue
Wasserstein Hall, Suite 5018
Cambridge, MA 02138

Tel: + 1 (617) 495-5502
Fax: + 1 (617) 496-8489
E-mail: bfong@law.harvard.edu

Bryon Fong is assistant research director at the Program on the Legal Profession, where he manages the GLEE project and contributes to the research priorities of PLP.

He earned his BA in government from Georgetown University and his MSc and PhD in international relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). His academic research centers on the intersection between domestic politics and international relations, and how to make analytical and disciplinary sense of that division. His research focuses also include International Relations theory, globalization, and European and global politics. While at the LSE, he taught a course on theories and problems of nationalism as well as coordinated a departmental paper series. Prior to his time at the LSE, Bryon was the senior legislative correspondent for then-Senator Joseph R. Biden, where his issue areas included the judiciary, foreign affairs for South America and Africa, and health policy.



Hakim A. Lakhdar
Administrative Director

Program on the Legal Profession
Harvard Law School
1585 Massachusetts Avenue
Wasserstein Hall, Suite 5018
Cambridge, MA 02138

Tel: + 1 (617) 496-6699
Fax: + 1 (617) 496-8489
E-mail: hlakhdar@law.harvard.edu

Hakim Lakhdar is the administrative director of the Program on the Legal Profession at Harvard Law School. He joined the program in March 2010 providing financial management and development and administrative support in order to advance the initiatives and goals of the Program both in and around Harvard Law School.

After receiving his MA from Indiana University in 2005, Hakim held positions in elementary education, recruitment and international support. Prior to joining Harvard Law School, Hakim worked with the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative in Washington, D.C.. While there he managed their Pro Bono Legal Specialist Program and later went on to develop and manage various legal reform programs in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, many of which were funded by USAID, the U.S. State Department, the U.S. Department of Justice and several smaller European funders. In addition to his legal reform work, Hakim serves on the Board of the Southwest Florida Haitian Relief Organization, a nonprofit dedicated to assisting medical and non-medical personnel with transportation, supplies, and logistics from North America to, and within, Haiti. Hakim is also a graduate of Florida State University and with family origins from Morocco, enjoys travel, studying languages, cooking and music.




 
Copyright © 2013. All rights reserved.