Student Fellow Alumnus
Nathaniel Counts is in his third-year at Harvard Law School. He is interested in the role of law and lawyers in the treatment of mental health issues, with a focus on behavioral disorders, including intersections with the criminal justice system. He is also interested in the use of a right to healthcare in human rights lawyering and international development. Nathaniel graduated from Johns Hopkins with a major in Biology and a minor in Entrepreneurship and Management. Prior to law school, he studied creative writing at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. His past research has focused on the federal government’s response to marijuana legalization, including recommendations for public health initiatives; he has an article on this subject forthcoming in the Gonzaga Law Review in 2014.