Shane Hebel

Shane Hebel is a 3L at Harvard Law School. He is part of the teaching team for the Negotiation Workshop at Harvard Law and is Editor-in- Chief of the Harvard Law & Policy Review. He has also worked as a research assistant to Dean Martha Minow and Professors Bob Bordone, Holger Spamann, and John Coates. While in law school, Shane has focused on impact litigation, spending time working for Lambda Legal and the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network. He is also a trained crisis counsellor and has volunteered for Toronto Distress Centers and the Trevor Project. Shane graduated with honors from the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto with specializations in finance and accounting. Prior to law school, he worked at Deloitte as a financial auditor. While in Toronto, Shane was heavily involved in the LGBT community. He was the Volunteer Team Lead for Pride Toronto, where he recruited, trained, and managed the 2,000 volunteers who assist during the festival weekend and sat on the Board of Directors of Start Proud (formerly Out on Bay Street) and The Inspire Awards.

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The Story Thus Far: Consumer Protection

3/16/17  //  Daily Update

Since Trump took office, bitter fights have erupted within the federal government about the future of consumer protection. Here are some useful analyses of the story thus far.