I’m delighted to welcome guest-blogger Hosea Harvey for the month of March. Professor Harvey is an Assistant Professor of Law and Political Science at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. Professor Harvey’s scholarly agenda focuses on empirical research regarding the role of law in solving race and gender disparities in consumer markets, commercial law, and business organizations. His published work in political science focuses on experimental methods and the analysis of political attitudes about race.
Before joining Temple’s faculty in 2010, Professor Harvey practiced for five years in New York City.
First, he was a corporate associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, specializing in corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and securities. Following Cravath, he served as Associate General Counsel (Corporate) at Planned Parenthood’s headquarters and as the General Counsel for New York Needs You, a buzz-worthy start-up dedicated to helping first-generation low-income college students realize their professional ambitions. After law school, Professor Harvey clerked for the Honorable Judge Barrington D. Parker, Jr. (SDNY), and the Honorable Ann Claire Williams (7th Circuit).
While in law school, Professor Harvey also served as an intern to then Deputy Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. Professor Harvey graduated from Dartmouth College and received his Ph.D. in Political Science and his law degree from Stanford University.