Judith Murciano-Goroff

Judith Murciano-Goroff

Resident Tutor
Fellowships Committee Coordinator/Public Service
Judith Murciano-Goroff
My name is Judy Murciano, and I teach and advise students throughout Harvard as well as serve as the Director of Fellowships for the Harvard Law School. Before Harvard, I studied Biochem., Lit., NELC, Law, & History at Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Cambridge, the Sorbonne, Brandeis, Oxford, and Princeton Universities supported by fellowships. My medical lab research motivated my PhD dissertation about censorship and the courses I teach on ethics. Besides working for a criminal court judge in NY, I have testified on over 2,000 pieces of legislation involving civil rights and civil liberties, written essays for The New Yorker, The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and Radio Free Europe, and worked directly on human rights issues around the world. I enjoy helping students fulfill their dreams at Harvard and discover new ventures in different venues and disciplines. I look forward to introducing you to my kids, Yonina & Raviv, who share tips on best courses, movies, & more.

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