Ellie Samuels is a student at Harvard Law School in the Class of 2024. She is from the Washington D.C. suburbs and is a graduate of Emory University. Before law school, Ellie worked as a staff assistant at the U.S. Senate. She plans to pursue a legal career in gender equity and reproductive rights work.
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.
How and Why Harvard Law students of color are being funneled into Big Law