About Juliana


Juliana DeVries graduated in 2011 from Columbia, where she studied political theory, focusing on global justice and contemporary democratic theory. As an undergraduate, she studied abroad in Istanbul, as well as worked at several news organizations, including Hürriyet Daily News in Turkey and Dissent Magazine in New York. Her senior thesis investigated how the distinctly Turkish interpretation of secularism has affected minority rights in modern Turkey. 

 aspires to a career as a civil liberties lawyer and writerWhen at play, she enjoys reading fiction and canoeing in her home state of New Hampshire.

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e-mail: juliana@harveysilverglate.com
phone: 617-876-5610


About Timothy

Timothy Moore graduated from Harvard College in 2012 with an A.B. in Social Studies and a Secondary Field in Spanish. His studies culminated in a senior honors thesis that considered the expansion of Afro-Colombian identity politics following Colombia’s ratification of a new constitution in 1991. While not in class, Tim rowed with the Harvard Varsity Lightweight Crew - winning a National Championship in 2012 - and tutored inmates at the Suffolk County Prison. His experiences working with the men and women of Suffolk Prison continue to inspire him and inform his career path today.

In the year following graduation, Tim spent a year living in West Africa as a George Peabody Gardner Fellow. Based primarily in Dakar, Senegal he studied language - French and Wolof - and dance, and also traveled across the region by public transport before returning home to New Hampshire. In his free time Tim continues to dance as well as get out on the Charles River to re-live his glory days as a college athlete.

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e-mail: tmoore@harveysilverglate.com
phone: 617-876-5610

About Zachary


Zachary Bloom graduated from UMass Amherst, summa cum laude, in   2011, with a major in English with a letter of specialization in Creative   Writing and a minor in Spanish. As an undergraduate, he attended   the UMass Oxford Summer Seminar at Trinity College, where he took a   course in Modern Irish Literature. He also spent a semester in Granada,   Spain, where he honed his Spanish fluency and took a course in   Hispanic Studies, focusing especially on art history, politics and   Spanish modernist literature. His senior thesis, "Reality's Dark Dream:   Chaos and Order in Paradise Lost," traced the interplay of Milton's   lifelong fears and ambitions -- political, religious and personal --   through their culmination in his epic poem.

Fancying himself a writer, Zachary nonetheless has an abiding interest   in politics and the law, the creative possibilities of which only became   clear to him during his year-long grapple with Milton.

When not at work he reads, writes and pursues his life's other great calling as a bon vivant.


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About Daniel

Daniel Schneider graduated magna cum laude from Emerson College in 2012 with a B.A. in Visual and Media Arts. During that time he wrote, directed, and edited a number of short films, founded and served as managing editor of an independent newspaper, and briefly worked as a DJ for the Boston radio station 88.9 WERS. Following graduation Daniel worked as a freelance journalist, with his work appearing The Boston Globe, VICE, In These Times, and The Boston Phoenix.

In the future, Daniel hopes to attend law school and continue his freelance writing career. In the meantime, he's working hard and finding time to relax when he can—preferably curled up with a piece of classical literature (or whatever's big enough to conceal the latest issue of Batman).

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email: daniel@harveysilverglate.com
phone: 617-876-5610