Luna Floyd (they/them) is a 3L at Harvard Law School focusing on LGBTQ+ civil rights law and advocacy for children. If they aren’t ranting about corporate power, they’re knitting, quilting, or hanging out with their cat Ruby. (Sometimes they knit and rant at the same time.)
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