Conor Ahern

Conor Ahern is a 2L at Harvard Law School. He is originally from the Philadelphia area and graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in History. After college, Conor worked as a consultant for three years before quitting his job to volunteer full time at three legal services organizations in New York City: Gay Men’s Health Crisis, South Brooklyn Legal Services, and the LGBT Law Project of the New York Legal Assistance Group. Conor serves as a political co-chair of Lambda — the LGBTQ affinity group at Harvard Law — and serves as the Academic Director on the Board of ACS. During his 1L summer, Conor worked as a Holley Law Fellow at the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force in Washington, DC, which was his placement as a member of the inaugural class of Ford Foundation Public Interest Law Fellows. Additionally, Conor was awarded Harvard’s GLBT Alumni Committee’s 2013 Public Interest Fellowship. In addition to all things LGBT-advocacy related, Conor enjoys cooking, binge watching television, playing with dogs, and bad puns.   Contact the Northern Region Chair