Haley Denler is an associate in the Boston office of Latham & Watkins.

Ms. Denler advises clients on a broad range of matters relating to litigation and government investigations.

In addition to her work at Latham, Ms. Denler is a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School, where she teaches legal research and writing.

Before joining Latham, Ms. Denler was a summer associate and 3L law clerk at a prominent international law firm in its Washington, D.C. office.

While in law school, she served as a law clerk in the Office of White House Counsel, the Senate Judiciary Committee, and the Office of Special Counsel, and as a judicial extern to Judge Trevor McFadden at the District Court for the District of Columbia. Ms. Denler was an active member of Georgetown’s chapter of the Federalist Society, President of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, a Legal Writing Fellow, an Executive Editor for the Georgetown Journal of International Law, and a Bradley Fellow at the Georgetown Center for the Constitution.

Thought Leadership

  • “Presidential Pandemic Powers: The President the Founders Gave Us for the Era of COVID-19,” 20 GEO. J. OF L. AND PUB. POL’Y 779 (2022).
  • “The OECD Anti-Bribery Convention’s Necessary Dual Commitments: Substance and Enforcement,” 53 GEO. J. OF INT’L L. 541 (2023). 
  • “Collaboration and Compliance: How Fraud and Abuse Laws Prevent Necessary Collaboration Between Healthcare Institutions,” 25 J. Health Care Compliance 5 (2023) (with David Tolley, Avery Borreliz, and Lee Staley).

Bar Qualification

  • Massachusetts

Education

  • JD, Georgetown University, 2022
    magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
  • BA in Political Science & Spanish, Brigham Young University, 2018
    magna cum laude

Languages Spoken

  • English