Gloria Tan, Clinical Instructor, Harvard Law School
Gloria Tan is a clinical instructor at Harvard Law School’s Criminal Justice Institute, where she teaches and supervises law students representing indigent adults and youth in criminal and delinquency proceedings. After graduating from Yale Law School, Gloria Tan worked as a staff attorney the Boston Trial Unit of the Committee for Public Counsel Services (the Massachusetts Public Defender), where she represented indigent adult clients charged with serious felonies. Gloria also worked in the juvenile unit of the Public Defender’s office, the Youth Advocacy Project, where she represented juvenile and youthful offender clients in all aspects of their cases. Gloria lectures and teaches at continuing legal education courses and has served as a panelist at juvenile law conferences. Gloria chairs the Massachusetts Bar Association Criminal Justice section. She serves as a member of the Governor’s Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee and also serves on the Board of Directors of the Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts.