Paul graduated in 2018 from Harvard Law School, where he was co-President and Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal on Legislation. While a law student, he was a summer clerk at A&K, and also interned in Governor Charlie Baker’s Office of Legal Counsel and the Trial and Administrative Law Divisions of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.
Before starting law school, Paul worked in operations and project management at Democracy Works, a nonprofit dedicated to making voting a simple and seamless experience for all Americans. He graduated from MIT, where he studied Economics and Political Science, in 2012.
Margaret L.A. MacVicar ’65, ScD ’67 Award, 2018
Fellow, Rappaport Fellows Program in Law and Public Policy, 2016
Karl Taylor Compton Prize, 2012
MIT Corporation, 2013-2018
U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
Harvard Law School, J.D. 2018 cum laude
President and Editor-in-Chief, Harvard Journal on Legislation
MIT, B.S., 2012
MIT Day of Action, “Demystifying the MIT Corporation”, April 17, 2018.
Panelist, MIT Alumni Leadership Conference 2018, "MIT10: Building Young Alumni Coalitions", September 22, 2018.
Paul lives in Somerville, Massachusetts. On his own time, he reads about history and urban studies, and volunteers with the Love Hope Strength Foundation to register bone marrow donors at concerts. He is also an active alumni volunteer for MIT, where, among other things, he currently serves on the Alumni Association’s Corporation Nominating Committee, and has worked as an Educational Counselor, interviewing applicants for undergraduate admission, every year since graduating. He currently interviews applicants from the Kansas City area. He served a five-year term on the MIT Corporation from 2013-2018.