“As lawyers, we have a moral imperative to put principles before profit. With relentless litigation, we can force corporations to do the same.”
- J.D., Harvard Law School
- Impact Litigation Coordinator at the Prison Legal Assistance Project
- Outreach Director & Public Interest Director at the Harvard Asian Law Society
- AEF D.C. Legal Services & Advocacy Fellow
- B.A., University of Toronto
- Honours with High Distinction
- Innis College Exceptional Achievement Award
- Dean’s List: 2006-2009
- Florida Bar – Criminal Procedure Rules Committee
Fan Li is a Harvard Law School graduate who has worked for the past five years as an assistant public defender for Miami-Dade County before joining Kelley | Uustal.
Passionate about social, racial and criminal justice issues, Fan knew in his first six months in law school that he wanted to be a trial lawyer who fights for those in need. During his summers, he worked at the Prison Legal Assistance Project, Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust, Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, and National Legal Aid & Defender Association. Upon graduation, he moved to Miami to become a public defender. He has taken hundreds of depositions, and tried over sixty jury and bench trials, ranging from misdemeanors to attempted murder. He has spearheaded several impact litigation projects to reform our criminal justice system, published articles on constitutional issues, and presented trainings to attorneys in Miami and Fort Pierce.
Fan has lived in half a dozen cities in China, Canada and the US, and spent a part of his life backpacking before settling down in Florida with his girlfriend. He enjoys the outdoors and is always looking to learn something new.
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