Alexander Horn joined the Transactional Law Clinics of Harvard Law School in 2013, as the Program Administrator for the Clinic, and a Faculty Assistant to Professor Brian Price. Alexander supports the legal and academic work of the Clinic’s attorneys and enrolled students, who provide free and low-cost legal services to clients in metropolitan Boston Area. Alexander also works with two Student Practice Organization (SPOs), The Recording Artists Project (RAP), and Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Program (HLEP).
Alexander’s background is in libraries and museums, having worked for six years at Houghton Library, Harvard University’s rare books library. Alexander holds a B.A. in Biology and Psychology, from Dartmouth College.