Daniel Nagin is Clinical Professor of Law, Vice Dean for Experiential and Clinical Education, and Faculty Director of the Legal Services Center. He is also Faculty Director of the Legal Service Center’s Veterans Legal Clinic, which he founded in 2012. His teaching and research interests include clinical education, social welfare law senior honors thesis tufts policy, and legal services for veterans. History and Government, Phi Beta Kappa and with distinction in all subjects, from Cornell University, an M.
University of Chicago Law School, where he received the Edwin F. Mandel Award for excellence as a clinical law student. For Nagin’s Harvard Law School faculty webpage, please visit here. Destini joined the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School in 2018 as a Clinical Instructor and the Estate Planning Project Director of the Veterans Legal Clinic.
Destini’s clinic work focuses on providing free legal representation to veterans on matters such as drafting wills, powers of attorney, healthcare proxies, trusts, and probate of estates. Roger joined the Center’s Housing Law Clinic in 1993. He supervises students negotiating and litigating predatory mortgage, bankruptcy, and consumer cases. Additionally, Roger teaches a Predatory Lending Workshop and co-teaches Consumer Law at HLS. Prior to his work at the Legal Services Center, Roger was an attorney in Legal Services in Missouri and Massachusetts, specializing in consumer cases, elder cases and complex litigation. His work included an emphasis on mortgage problems and foreclosures. University of Northern Iowa and his J.