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					                                      Hosea H. Harvey
                            Temple University Beasley School of Law
                                     1719 N. Broad Street
                                    Philadelphia, PA 19122
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  STANFORD UNIVERSITY                                                                    Stanford, CA
  Department of Political Science: Ph.D., 2005; M.A., 1997.
     Specializations: American Politics, Political Psychology, International Relations, Law and

     Dissertation: “The Limits of Legal Action: Markets, Culture, and the Persistence of Racial Bias in
     the Business of American Film and Sports.” Created large-scale industry models to test theories of
     law and economics as applied to racial bias arising in markets for race-identified products.

     Dissertation Committee: Lucius Barker, Marcus Cole, Luis Fraga, Pamela Karlan, Ewart Thomas.

     Activities: Undergraduate Advisor, Stanford Black Pre-Law Society (1997 – 2005); Stanford Law
     School LSAC Forum Student Representative (1998 – 2005).

     Research Fellowships: National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship; Summer Research
     Consultant, RAND Corporation.

  Stanford Law School: J.D., 2000.
     Honors and Activities: Senior Articles Editor, Stanford Law & Policy Review; President, Stanford
     Student Clerkship Advisory Committee (SCOR); Vice-President, Black Law Students Association.

     Clinical Experience: Clinical Intern, East Palo Alto Community Law Project.

     Directed Research Experience: Professors Paul Brest (1998 – 99) and Gerald Gunther (2000).

     Summer Associate / Legal Intern Experience (1998 – 2000): San Francisco County/City
     Attorney’s Office; National Broadcasting Corporation; Federal Trade Commission; Microsoft
     Corporation; Mayer, Brown & Platt.

  DARTMOUTH COLLEGE                                                                      Hanover, NH
  Government Department: B.A., 1995.

     Honors and Activities: President’s Intern, Office of the President of Dartmouth College; Founder,
     Coalition of Class Officers; Vice-President, Class of 1995; Dean of the College Distinguished
     Service Award; National Achievement Scholarship; Illinois State Scholar; Nguzo Saba award.

     Research Fellowship: Summer Research Fellow, American Bar Foundation, Chicago, IL.


  Assistant Professor of Law. Contracts; Banking and Financial Regulation; Race and Gender Issues in
  Corporate Law, Markets, and Business Organizations, Beasley School of Law, Temple University, 2010
  – Present.

  Seminar Instructor. Honors Research Seminar, Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CSRE),
  Stanford University, 2004.

  Head Teaching Assistant. Introduction to International Relations, Department of Political Science,
  Stanford University, 2003.

  Teaching Assistant. Introduction to International Relations; Introduction to American Law, Department
  of Political Science, Stanford University, 1998 – 2000.


  Paul Sniderman, Thomas Piazza, and Hosea H. Harvey. “Race and Politics: an Intellectual Biography”
  in Perception and Prejudice: Race and Politics in the United States, Jon Hurwitz and Mark Peffley, eds.
  (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1998).


  TEMPLE UNIVERSITY BEASLEY SCHOOL OF LAW                                               Philadelphia, PA
  Assistant Professor of Law and Political Science                                       2010 – Present
  Serve as tenure-track Assistant Professor of Law with courtesy appointment in Political Science,
  specializing in Contracts, Banking and Financial Regulation, Empirical Studies of Race and Gender
  Issues in Commercial Markets and Corporate Law, Health Law and Policy, and Non-Profit Management.

  NEW YORK NEEDS YOU                                                                     New York, NY
  General Counsel                                                                        2009 – Present
  Advise the Board of Directors and the Executive Director of a start-up 501(c)(3) corporation focused on
  mentoring, cultivating leadership, and enhancing career opportunities for low-income first-generation
  New York college students. Manage corporate governance and board affairs, federal and state tax issues,
  non-profit organization matters, and human resources. Draft, negotiate, and review corporate contracts
  and other legal documents. Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations
  pertaining to non-profit entities. Counsel Board on risk management and non-profit best practices.
  Work with outside counsel as necessary.

  PLANNED PARENTHOOD FEDERATION OF AMERICA, INC.                                         New York, NY
  Associate General Counsel                                                                2008 – 2010
  Drafted, reviewed, and negotiated contracts for corporate and affiliate initiatives across operations,
  technology, finance, development, human resources, health services, and political action divisions.
  Managed IP, advertising, regulatory, licensing, and marketing issues for branded and co-branded
  products, including trademark and copyright enforcement, protection and infringement. Advised human
  resources on various employment matters. Revised policies and protocols pursuant to data privacy
  guidelines. Reviewed communications, solicitations, and correspondence for compliance with federal
  regulatory regimes.

  CRAVATH, SWAINE & MOORE LLP                                                                New York, NY
  Corporate Associate                                                                          2005 – 2008
  Summer Associate                                                                            Summer 2000
  Drafted and negotiated agreements and prepared proxies and SEC/NYSE filings for mergers and
  acquisitions transactions. Managed securities offerings for a global securities practice. Advised clients
  on various corporate matters including corporate governance, finance and licensing agreements, and
  foreign private issuer guidelines. Managed deal-based litigation document production and settlements.

  STANFORD UNIVERSITY                                                                         Stanford, CA
  Ph.D. Candidate, Political Science                                                           2002 – 2005

  U.S. COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT                                                 Chicago, IL
  Law Clerk, Chambers of the Honorable Ann Claire Williams                                           2002

  AOL TIME WARNER                                                                            New York, NY
  Law Clerk, Time Inc. Publications                                                                  2001
  Drafted pleadings for libel litigation against news publications. Negotiated responses to a sports league’s
  cease and desist letters regarding online fantasy leagues. Reviewed consumer marketing agreements.

  U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK                                White Plains, NY
  Law Clerk, Chambers of the Honorable Barrington D. Parker, Jr.                               2000 – 2001

  UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE                                                     Washington, D.C.
  Office of Deputy Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
  Law Student Extern                                                                                   1999
  Wrote and reviewed presentations and speeches for the Deputy’s public appearances. Coordinated and
  drafted a computer-based crime prevention initiative by the Vice-President and Attorney General.
  Developed best practices manual for federal child support prosecutions. Analyzed national security and
  Independent Counsel matters. Prepared background briefing materials for high-level nominations.


  Presenter. “Concussions and Youth Sports – Can The Law Help Prevent Injury?” presented for CLE
     Public Health Law Network Webinar sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,
     Philadelphia, PA, 2011.

  Presenter. “Race and Hollywood’s Perpetual Anti-trust Dilemma” presented at the Stanford/Yale Junior
     Faculty Forum, Palo Alto, CA, 2011.

  Presenter. “Race and Hollywood’s Perpetual Anti-trust Dilemma” presented at Southwestern Law
     School, Los Angeles, CA, 2011.

  Presenter. “Race and Hollywood’s Perpetual Anti-trust Dilemma” presented at Univ. of California Los
     Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, 2011.

  Panelist. “Hidden Bias and Statistical Methodology” presented at the Annual Symposium of Temple
     Law Review, Philadelphia, PA, 2010.

  Panelist. “Race, Markets, and the Regulatory State” presented at Third Annual People of Color
     Scholarship Conference, Newark, NJ, 2010.

  Panelist. “Prejudice, Markets, and the Limits of Legal Action” presented at the annual meeting of The
     Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, 2004.

  Panelist. “What Do Lawyers Do?” presented at the Law School Admission Council Bay Area Law
     School Forum, San Francisco, CA, 2003.

  Panelist. “The Future of Race” presented at the closing session of “The Status of African-Americans at
     the Turn of the Century: the Stanford University Conference on Race,” Stanford, CA, 1999. Served
     on the conference organizing committee, 1998 – 1999.


  WILLIAM J. TUCKER FOUNDATION OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE                                        Hanover, NH
  Member, Board of Visitors                                                                2011– Present

  The Tucker Foundation is charged with supporting and furthering the moral and spiritual work of the
  College and serves as Dartmouth’s umbrella religious, volunteer, and philanthropic center.

  PRACTICING ATTORNEYS FOR LAW STUDENTS, INC. (PALS)                                      New York, NY
  Member, Board of Directors                                                                2005 – 2011
  PALS provides mentoring and skill building for New York area law students and new attorneys.


  National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship in Political Science, 1995 – 2000.

  United States Department of Justice, Meritorious Service Award, 1999.

  Melvin and Joan Lane Family Fellowship Award, 1995.


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