Max Lupin, Editor-in-Chief
Max is a 2L from New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated from the University of Chicago in 2017 with a B.A. in Biological Sciences and worked as a legal assistant in Chicago prior to law school. Max spent his 1L summer interning with the Criminal Appeals unit of the Wisconsin Attorney General’s Office and will spend his 2L summer at the Chicago office of Sidley Austin. At HLS, outside of HLPR, Max has worked as a research assistant for professors Jim Greiner and Jon Hanson, as an executive technical editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, as the chair of student government’s academic affairs committee, and is involved with HLS Lambda. Outside of law school, Max enjoys travel, reading, wildlife conservation, and spending time with his four cats.
Alex Tobin, Editor-in-Chief
Tobin is a 2L from Maryland. While pursuing his B.A. at the University of Maryland in Government and Politics, Tobin fell in love with constitutional law. In addition to his role as (co) Editor-in-Chief of HLPR, Tobin is the head of the Progressive Constitutionalism Project for the American Constitution Society (ACS). Outside of law school, Tobin enjoys sports, working out, socializing (online, in COVID-responsible ways), and being politically active. He spent his 1L summer at Hogan Lovells-Baltimore and will split his 2L summer between Hogan Lovells’s Baltimore and Washington, D.C. office.
John Graham, Executive Managing Editor
John is a 2L from Southern California. After studying economics and political philosophy at the University of Virginia, he worked as a paralegal in D.C. for two years. John has interned in the Antitrust Unit of the California Department of Justice and at Protect Democracy. He will spend his 2L summer at Cleary Gottlieb in D.C.. Aside from HLPR, John serves as Co-President of the HLS Antitrust Association and conducts research in the field. He is an avid squash player, cyclist, and snowboarder.
Lindsay Laird, Executive Managing Editor
Lindsay is a 2L from Houston, TX. After studying music and women’s studies at the University of Michigan, she worked at Carnegie Hall prior to attending law school. Lindsay spent her 1L summer at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Central District of California, primarily working with the Major Frauds and Criminal Appeals divisions. She will spend her 2L summer at Gibson Dunn in Los Angeles. At HLS, Lindsay is involved with the Women’s Law Associations, American Constitution Society, and West Coast Club. She enjoys the beach and rollerblading by the beach.
Peter Merritt, Executive Articles Editor
Peter is a 2L from Bermuda. After attending high school in Baltimore, MD, he studied economics and politics at Yale, worked as a paralegal in New York, then went across the Atlantic to study more politics at Oxford. He hopes to finally stop moving and stay in the Boston area. At HLS, Peter is a BSA, serves on the board of the American Constitution Society, and spent his 1L summer working remotely (sadly) for the Yosemite National Park Attorney’s Office. He will spend his 2L summer at WilmerHale in Boston. He is also an avid runner and enjoys exploring New England in his free time.
Catherine Walker-Jacks, Executive Online Editor
Catherine is a 1L from Concord, Massachusetts. After graduating from Brown University in 2017, she spent two years at Deloitte in Washington, DC, working as a consultant for federal agencies. At HLS, Catherine is involved with the Equal Democracy Project, the American Constitution Society, and HLS Democrats. Catherine will spend her 1L summer interning with the Voting Rights Project at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, and spending time with her family’s yellow lab.
Chris Bell, Executive Policy Editor
Chris is a 2L from Menlo Park, CA. Before law school, he worked in consulting at Bain & Company in Washington D.C. and San Francisco. He spent his 1L summer with the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office and will spend his 2L summer at Quinn Emanuel’s San Francisco office. At HLS, Chris has worked with the Access to Justice Lab and at the United States Attorney’s Office in Boston, though, in remote-school times, he’s most active taking up cooking and following his hometown Golden State Warriors.
Noah Grolnick, Executive Technical Editor
Noah is a 2L from Boulder, Colorado. He graduated from Duke University in 2017 with a B.A. in Public Policy Studies. After graduation, Noah worked as a field organizer for Phil Weiser’s campaign to become Colorado’s Attorney General and spent his 1L summer working for the Office of the California Attorney General. In addition to HLPR, Noah sits on the Policy Board of HLS’s Equal Democracy Project. In his free time, Noah enjoys playing tennis, basketball, and snowboarding. He is also a passionate fan of Denver and Duke sports teams.