Ben joined the firm following his graduation from Harvard Law School, where he served as Managing Editor of the Harvard Environmental Law Review while at Harvard Law School. He also served as Director of Academic Affairs on the Student Representative Board, and as a member of the Harvard Human Rights Clinic. He was also a research assistant to Professor Richard J. Lazarus.
Also during law school, Ben served as a law clerk for Advocates for Human Rights in New Orleans, a law clerk for Alternatives for Community and Environment in Boston, and interned at Greater Boston Legal Services.
Prior to law school, Ben worked as a lobster fishery biologist and research diver for the Florida Fish & Wildlife Research Institute, where he designed and executed experimental research focusing on by-catch, trap movement, and habitat destruction.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Benjamin E. Apple