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Your first stop for life in Gropius, Hastings, North, and the HLS Apartments, meet your 2023-2024 RAs! 

Ana Bordallo

Shaw Hall – 1st floor


Ana Bordallo is a 3L at Harvard Law School. Originally from Guam, Ana strives to stay rooted to her culture while pursuing interests in environmental law, sustainable development, and indigenous rights. She enjoys trying new recipes, hitting the gym, and anything outdoors!

Eric Jang

Shaw Hall – 2nd floor


Eric spent half of his life in Seoul, South Korea and another half in Calgary, Alberta. Sam likes dancing to country music, singing Weezer at karaoke, and drinking beer with friends (sometimes simultaneously). He also likes to play video games and watching sci-fi movies. Grocery shopping is his therapy.

Sam Koenig

Story Hall rooms 300-310 and Story Hall – 4th floor


Sam is a rising 3L from New Jersey. After law school, Sam is interested in doing environmental or consumer protection work in government or at a plaintiff’s side firm. Before arriving to HLS, Sam worked for an environmental group and lived in DC and Mississippi. In his free time, Sam likes to read, bike, hike, watch movies, and play and watch sports.

Bomie Lee

Shaw Hall – 3rd floor

Bomie is a 3L and from Section 3. She lived in Shaw Hall as a 1L, and is happy to be returning as your RA! Bomie grew up in Houston and Seoul and is a graduate of the George Washington University. This past summer, Bomie worked at a public defender’s office in West Texas, representing indigent clients who are facing the death penalty. Her interests lie at the intersection of criminal defense and immigration, and will be taking HIRC and the Crimmigration Clinic this year to further explore these areas. She loves traveling, binge watching Korean dramas, outdoor activities, and a good cup of coffee.

Jessie Lin

North Hall – 1st, 3rd & 6th floors


Jessie is a 3L at Harvard Law School. She graduated with the highest honor from Tsinghua University with a dual degree in Law and Economics. Prior to law school, she worked as an IP litigation attorney. She spent her 1L summer with Cleary Gottlieb in Washington D.C.. Her legal interests include anti-trust, international economic law, and IP.

Daniel Montoya

North Hall – 4th & 5th floors


Daniel is in his third-year in a joint JD/MUP program. Daniel is originally from Miami, FL and Medellin, Colombia. He is very passionate about local government, land use, and real estate so if your interests overlap, happy to chat. He is looking forward to being one of the Resident Advisors in North Hall this year and helping bringing a bit of the great HLS community to your residence hall. Reach out if you need anything, need any recs for food or jogging routes in the area.

Kelly Murphy

Story Hall – 2nd floor and Story Hall rooms 323-327


Kelly is a 3L from Massachusetts. After completing her undergrad and master’s studies in the United Arab Emirates and Northern Ireland, respectively, she is thrilled to be back in the great state of Massachusetts and can’t wait to show you all it has to offer (like Duck Boats, whoopie pies, snow, snow and more snow). At HLS, she’s involved in the Harvard Mediation Program, Advocates for Human Rights, the Equal Democracy Project, and the Harvard Negotiation Law Review. Outside of school, she loves yoga, bakeries, and trying (and occasionally succeeding) to grow avocado trees in New England.

Michael Nanchanatt

Ames Hall – 1st & 2nd floors


Hi! I’m a 3L and Section 5 Alum. Before law school, I went to Rutgers University where I majored in Finance & Philosophy with a minor in Religion, so if anyone has an interest in any of those, feel free to swing by! After Undergrad, I sold my soul in Finance for NYC before heading for greener pastures in the law. I’m planning on working in the government/military after graduation. I’m a major nerd, so in my free time I like to read a lot; but I’m also a runner, workout in the gym, and generally enjoy most outdoor activities.

Mohini Tangri

Story Hall – 1st floor and rooms 311-322, 307 and 309


Mohini is an energetic 3L from Colorado. She graduated from Washington and Lee University in 2019 and was admitted to HLS through the Junior Deferral Program, suspiciously missing all of the Covid Zoom School of Law years. In between undergrad and HLS, she taught high school mathematics and developed very high tolerance for nonsense that has served her well (1Ls, wait until you read the fox case in property). At HLS, Mohini is involved in Mock Trial and works hard to contribute socially to her affinity groups. During her 1L summer, she worked at a nonprofit based out of Mexico City and learned how to read and write Spanish appeals in the Mexican Amparo Court challenging the constitutionality of mining corporations’ activities in Rio Sonora. Mohini is generally interested in pursuing cyberlaw/corporate governance/startup work after law school but has yet to figure out the specifics. Outside of school, Mohini loves to learn new languages/practice the ones she knows (Hindi/Spanish!), chat with her sister Rohini, travel, and eat good food with new friends.

Lea Washington

North Hall – 2nd floor & HLS Apartments


Lea calls the Midwest of USA home, particularly Ohio and Indiana. With a passion for music she majored in Writing & Production at Berklee College of Music, and still creates music here at law school. She worked as a counselor for Indiana Parks and Recreation office and as a music instructor before law school. Lea is a foodie and loves sightseeing. Come to her for restaurant recommendations and secret study spots on campus!

Linda Zou

Ames Hall – 3rd & 4th floor


Linda is a 2L from Auckland, New Zealand. She studied economics, English, and film at the University of Pennsylvania—and worked in finance before law school. Linda is addicted to television (particularly legal dramas, of course) and loves musical theatre. She feels passionate about promoting educational equity. Linda is involved with Parody and the Consumer Protection Clinic at Harvard.