HLS `06 Josh Rubenstein Named New Dean for Admissions at Harvard Law School

It’s been eight months since Toby Stock, Harvard’s admissions dean of a little over three admissions cycles, departed Cambridge for a job in Washington D.C. and left Associate Director of Admissions Karen Buttenbaum in charge of conducting phone interviews for most of the past admissions season.  But on Tuesday – only weeks before the admissions committee begins reviewing applications for the 2009-2010 cycle – HLS introduced the new Assistant Dean for Admissions, Josh Rubenstein, on the school’s official admissions blog HLS In Focus.  Rubenstein is a 2006 graduate of HLS who has worked on Capital Hill and for a leading management consulting firm and, according to the blog post, intends to “increase transparency of the HLS admissions process” during his tenure as admissions dean.

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