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Co-op 1

Massachusetts Superior Court, Boston

Chris assisted with a range of business litigation matters.

Research Assistant

Chris was selected as part of research team, directed by Harvard Law School Professor David Kennedy, on behalf of PricewaterhouseCoopers, to research good governance regulations.

Activities

  • International Law Society
  • Restorative Justice Society
  • Student Bar Association: Graduate and Professional Student Association Senator
  • Governing Council
  • Academic and Student Affairs Committee

Co-op 2

United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials (UNAKRT), Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Chris worked with UNAKRT, investigating the alleged forced transfer of populations and the use of media to incite genocide.

Electives

  • International Business Regulation
  • International Law
  • Corporations
  • Human Rights in the Global Economy
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Independent Study
  • Employment Law
  • Negotiation
  • Corporate Finance
  • Environmental Law
  • Law and Economic Development
  • Administrative Law
  • International and Foreign Legal Research

Co-op 3

PHRGE Fellow, Oxfam America, Private Sector Department, Boston

Chris dealt with cutting-edge CSR issues, such as locating and analyzing critiques of John Ruggie’s UN framework for business and human rights. 

Research Assistant

Chris assisted Professor Hope Lewis with research on UN discussions on violence against women, the obligations of corporations toward migrant workers, and the Haiti earthquake relief effort.  

Co-op 4

Life is good, Inc., Boston

Chris assisted with strategic planning and implementation of the company’s CSR program; among other projects, he updated their factory code of conduct to enhance social compliance within supply-chain factories.

Now

Associate, Perseus Strategies, Washington, DC

Result

A crusader for justice at the individual and institutional levels.