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- J.D., Harvard Law School, 2020
- A.B., Harvard College, 2015
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- Line Editor, Harvard Journal on Legislation
- Head Coach, Harvard College Debating Union
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- Pending admission to the bar; practicing under the supervision of counsel.
Jacob “Jake” Miller is a law clerk at Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP.
Jake is a recent graduate of Harvard Law School, where he was a line editor of the Harvard Journal on Legislation and a research assistant for Professor William B. Rubenstein, conducting research on class action and complex litigation. Jake was also a member of the American Constitution Society, and the Head Coach for the Harvard College Debating Union. He also represented indigent criminal defendants as part of Harvard Law’s Criminal Justice Institute. During law school, he worked as an intern at Take Care, a blog that offers accessible legal analysis of the actions of the executive branch.
Prior to law school, Jake worked at Mic, where he published articles relating to the 2016 presidential election and was part of a small team that prepared journalists for high-profile interviews. Jake graduated from Harvard College in 2015 with an A.B. in Government.