Becca Murphy ‘23 · she/her
Becca is originally from Maryland and puts old bay seasoning on all of her food to prove it. She has an undergraduate degree from Colgate University and a graduate degree from Georgetown University. Becca is interested in public international law and has spent her time thus far at HLS taking every international law class that she can. Outside of school, you can find Becca taking long walks with her dog, Luna, around Cambridge.
Amir Ashour ’24 · he/him
Amir Ashour is a 2L at HLS. Before pursuing his JD, Amir worked in human rights for ten years promoting the rights of LGBT+ people, women, sex workers, and other groups. He worked for international human rights organization before starting IraQueer, Iraq’s first LGBT+ organization. He holds a Masters Degree in Human Rights from Columbia University, and has been the recipient of several awards including MTV’s Generation Change Award.
Cosmo Albrecht ‘24 · he/him
Campus Advocacy Chairs
Gabrielle (Gabe) Crofford ‘23 · she/her
Gabe grew up in the Washington, DC area but has called Helena, MT “home” for the last three years. Her B.A. and M.A. are in International Relations, and she’s a proud AmeriCorps service alum. She’s also a Section 7-er passionate about reshaping HLS to reflect the values of her diverse and capable student body. At HLS, Gabe is active in Mock Trial, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, and was Student Body Co-President for 2021-22. She’s also chair of the Queer Spirituality Committee, an inclusive spiritual space within Lambda for LGBT+ students of all faiths.
Luna Floyd ‘24 · they/them
Luna is a 2L from South Alabama/North Florida, focusing on LGBTQ civil rights and child advocacy. They graduated from Brown University in 2019, and spent two years working as a paralegal before starting at HLS. At HLS, they are a Community Advocacy chair for Lambda, a co-chair of HLS Talks, and a member of First Class and DLSA. For their 1L summer, they interned with the ACLU LGBTQ & HIV Project, and they are also involved in the LGBTQ Advocacy Clinic and the Child Advocacy Clinic. They love to quilt, knit, and hang out with their cat Ruby and their fiancee Natasha.
Jonathan (Jon) George ’23 · he/him
Community Partnership Chairs
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Chairs
Alex Kubie ’24 · he/him
Alex is from New Jersey and graduated in 2019 from the University of Michigan. Outside of Lambda, he is an active member of TAP, the Equal Democracy Project, and HELR – and will be joining the BSA this year.
Pan-Harvard Conference Chair
Katie Super ’23 · she/her
Katie grew up in Kansas and attended college at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, where she majored in Politics and International Affairs. After graduation, she lived in Brooklyn for two years while working as a legal assistant in the Latin American Finance division of Linklaters LLP. In addition to her involvement with Lambda, Katie is also the co-president of the Harvard Law and Political Economy Association. During the exceptionally trying experience that was HLS 1L (Pandemic Zoom Edition), Katie adopted a cat named Juniper Cricket who has become a significantly more popular member of HLS than Katie will ever be.
Liam Hoover ’24 · he/him
Liam grew up in the suburbs of Buffalo, NY and graduated from Villanova University. He is a member of Harvard Defenders and PLAP and intends to become a public defender after law school. He is also a big fan of pop music and public transportation.
Jake Soria ’24
Sam Holloway ’24 · he/him
Sam is from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and graduated from Rice University, where he studied Cognitive Science and Neuroscience. Aside from his role in Lambda, Sam is also an Outreach Officer for HLS’s IP Law Association, and he is involved with Harvard Immigration Project and the Harvard International Law Journal. He is always seeking recommendations for places to eat spicy food in Boston, telenovelas, fun coffee syrup flavors, and new road trip destinations!
Sam Strimling ’24 · she/her
Sam Strimling is originally from the Bay Area and graduated from UC Berkeley with majors in History, Philosophy, and Economics. Prior to starting at HLS, she worked as an investment banker in NYC, served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Uganda, founded an NGO constructing irrigation systems in rural East Africa, and conducted UX research at an NGO in Kenya providing digital advisory services to crop and dairy farmers. At HLS she is also on the board of the Harvard Association for Law and Business and an active member of the Journal for Law and Technology. Outside of school, you can find her training for a marathon, hiking in the White Mountains, or trying out a new sourdough recipe.
Alex Zhang ’24 · he/him
Alex is originally from Michigan. He graduated from Columbia University with a degree in economics and creative writing. At HLS, Alex is involved with the Harvard Business Law Review and is a research assistant for Professor Robert Sitkoff. In his free time, Alex enjoys writing, hiking, and watching reality television.
Dominic Solari ’23 · he/him
Dominic was born and raised in Stockton, California. He came to Harvard Law directly after graduating from Georgetown University, where he double majored in government and history with a minor in economics. Dominic is interested in international and national security law, and he hopes to work for the government in the future. In his free time, Dominic enjoys reading, playing the piano, and watching classic movies.
John Crawford ’23 · he/him
John is originally from Milwaukee, WI and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a dual degree in Global Studies and Spanish. Prior to law school, he spent several years working for a tech policy nonprofit in Washington, D.C. John is thrilled to be contributing to such an important organization and he looks forward to helping foster a supportive community.
Public Interest Chair
Admissions & Recruitment Chair
Dana Abelson ’24 she/her
Dana is originally from Highland Park, IL and graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with degrees in political science and psychology. Even further confusing those who thought she had been in Washington, D.C. all along (“Otherwise, why is Washington in the name?”), Dana made the cross-country move to D.C. before law school to work at a voting rights nonprofit. She is endlessly excited about the opportunity to welcome new students to HLS Lambda this year, and encourages any prospective 0Ls to reach out if they have any questions on law school life or want to chat about the Lambda community.