Taylor Porter featured 3L Harith Razaa in a recent profile on their Summer Associate Program. Taylor Porter hired Razaa and five other motivated law students for the second six week session. Under the guidance of practicing and mentor attorneys, students gain hands-on experience and interaction that reflect real life as a lawyer.
“The Taylor Porter summer associate program has helped me improve my problem-solving skills and understand the practical side of the legal field. The majority of my law school education has been theoretical, but this program has allowed me to see the real world application of what I learn at Loyola.”
[Razaa] is a member of Loyola's Moot Court staff and President of the Tax Law Society. Harith was the recipient of the Greater New Orleans Louis A. Martinet Legal Society Scholarship and treasurer of Loyola's Black Law Student Association. He has worked as a legal researcher for the Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy and with Southeast Louisiana Legal Services' Low Income Taxpayer Division. Harith has also completed IRS certification and volunteers as a tax preparer and reviewer for Loyola's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. Harith received his B.S. in Agricultural Business from Louisiana State University.