We are a student organization at Harvard Law School dedicated to supporting the academic, personal, and professional careers of students who:
- Are from low-income backgrounds,
- Are first-generation college graduates, or
- Have a disability.
However, we also welcome allies who are interested in socioeconomics and disability in the law. Whether it is discussing how to better deliver legal services to marginalized communities or increase accessibility under the ADA, Supero welcomes everyone.
We offer students community, advocacy, and related events. Not only are we an affinity group, but we are also a group that advocates for issues that affect the communities we work with. Our work increases the visibility and discussion about socioeconomics and disability in the law and the legal profession.
We combined these three groups because they experience adversity in law school that was not addressed by any existing organizations at Harvard Law. Moreover, the issues these groups face are often similar or overlap to the extent that it is hard to not have them housed in one place. For specific information on these groups, please check out the tabs above.