Brandon Lewis is a Class of 2024 J.D. Candidate at Harvard Law School. Originally from the Deep South, he graduated from Columbia University in 2013 and spent eight years in public service work across various sectors including education, civil rights, and electoral politics. At Harvard Law, he’s dedicated part of his time representing low-income Bostonians in issues of consumer protection.
A gap in access to expert appellate legal representation has enabled wealthy corporations to shape the legal landscape to their benefit. Plaintiff-side appellate litigators are trying to change that.
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Big Law's False Promise of Pro Bono