Kristen
Loveland ’16

“The Furman Academic Scholars Program has exceeded my expectations ...”

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Kristen
Loveland ’16

“The Furman Academic Scholars Program has exceeded my expectations ...”

My Pathway at a Glance

Before NYU Law

MA, Harvard University

MPhil, University of Cambridge

BA, Columbia University

Academic Interests

Constitutional Law

Furman Academic Scholar

Beyond the Books

NYU Law Review

Summer Work

Jones Day

Research Assistant, Professors Barry Friedman and Kenji Yoshino

After NYU Law

PhD candidate, Harvard University

Clerk for Judge Jesse Furman, US District Court for the Southern District of New York (2017-2018)

Clerk for Judge Raymond Lohier ’91, US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (2018-2019)

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1L Summer: Research Assistant

“Professor Barry Friedman was an excellent mentor. He taught me how to write a really clean memo. That’s a skill that will serve me well going forward, whatever I do in the legal field.”

Academic Highlight

“I took Law of Democracy as a 2L. Professor Samuel Issacharoff was Obama’s litigator for the 2008 and 2012 campaigns so he’d come into class with war stories from Ohio.”

Judicial Clerkships

“I’m really excited to clerk. This is the opportunity I have to be in the chambers with the judge and to see how judicial decision making happens.”

NYU Law in two words

“Invigorating community.”