Haley Harvis is an attorney who has worked in diverse practice areas in big firm, small firm, and non-profit environments. Most recently, in the spring of 2018, Haley was a volunteer attorney at Sanctuary for Families, working on Family Court proceedings with the Courtroom Advocacy Project. Before that she was of counsel to Harvis & Fett, a boutique civil rights firm where she worked on Section 1983 litigation prosecuting false arrest, malicious prosecution, and police brutality cases. Haley began her legal career as an associate at Sullivan & Cromwell in the litigation department where she represented multinational corporations in complex regulatory and internal investigations. She also spent time teaching at Poly Prep Lower School in Brooklyn. Haley graduated from Brooklyn Law School cum laude and served as a Notes & Comments editor of the Brooklyn Law Review. She earned a B.A. in Child Development with a minor in English from Tufts University. While at Tufts, Haley was awarded a University College of Citizenship and Public Service grant.
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