Tuhin Chakraborty is a student at Harvard Law School, Class of 2025. He is also a graduate of the University of Michigan. Before coming to Harvard Law School, Tuhin worked as a legal assistant at a Michigan law firm that, among other cases, handled carceral healthcare litigation.
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