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- B.A., Columbia University, 2016
- J.D., Harvard University, 2019
- cum laude
- Hon. Raymond J. Lohier, Jr., Second Circuit Court of Appeals (upcoming)
- Hon. Andrew L. Carter Jr., United States District Court, Southern District of New York (upcoming)
FELLOWSHIPS, LEADERSHIP & RECOGNITIONS
- Truman Scholar, Columbia University
- Ethel Clyde Scholar, Columbia University
- Presidential Public Service Fellowship, Harvard Law School
- Lani Guinier Fellowship in Social Justice and Democracy, Harvard Law School
- Dean's Award for Community Leadership, Harvard Law School
- Executive Editor, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review
Harmann Singh is a summer associate at Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP.
Harmann graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School. At Harvard, Harmann was a member of the Criminal Justice Appellate Clinic, a student attorney for the Prison Legal Assistance Program, and an Executive Editor of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. He also served as a research assistant to Professors Matthew Stephenson, Lawrence Lessig, and Adriaan Lanni. Harmann received the Presidential Public Service Fellowship, the Lani Guinier Fellowship in Social Justice and Democracy, and the Dean’s Award for Community Leadership. Over his law school summers, he worked at the ACLU’s Racial Justice Program, the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, and the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.
Prior to attending law school, Harmann worked as the Senior Policy Fellow at the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF), where he managed the government relations and policy departments and worked on issues including airport profiling with the Transportation Security Administration, employment discrimination, and voting rights. Harmann graduated from Columbia University in 2016 with a B.A. in Math and Economics, where he was a Truman Scholar and an Ethel Clyde Scholar.
Harmann will clerk for the Honorable Andrew L. Carter, Jr. of the Southern District of New York and the Honorable Raymond J. Lohier, Jr. of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.