Name: Jonathan Wroblewski
Job Title: Lecturer and Director, Semester in Washington Program
Company Name: Harvard Law School
Bio: Wroblewski is a lecturer at the Harvard Law School and has been the director of the Law School’s Semester in Washington Program since 2010. He began his federal career in 1988 as a prosecutor with the Department’s Civil Rights Division, where he prosecuted criminal civil rights cases, including law enforcement misconduct, involuntary servitude and hate crimes. Previously, he served as an assistant public defender in the Alameda County Public Defender’s office, where he represented indigent criminal defendants at all stages of litigation. Wroblewski served as a visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology and an adjunct professor at the George Washington University’s National Law Center and George Mason University School of Law.