Prof. Hay is looking for help on a project concerning the psychology of decision making. Interested students should email email@example.com.
Class will meet on Mondays and Tuesdays at 3:20pm-4:50 P.M. in a room to be announced. Readings for the course are photocopied materials available at the Copy Center. For our first class, will begin on Monday, January 25, please read photocopied items # 1-10.
The Office for Sustainability is looking to hire a 1L or 2L at $20 per hour to manage “Green EIP”, a new and exciting program to reduce the environmental impact of the on-campus interviewing process. The position starts in January and ends in September, with minimal time commitment per week. Estimated total time commitment is 25-30 hours. The student would have responsibility for running the program, including communicating with firms and media, managing web content, and improving the design of the program. Green EIP is jointly overseen by the Office for Career Services and the HLS Sustainability Coordinator. Please contact Cara Ferrentino at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible if you are interested.
The Program on the Legal Profession has created these Harman Family Foundation-sponsored research grants to encourage and help fund Harvard Law School student research projects focusing on the professional structures and norms, practice dynamics, and career challenges of public interest legal practitioners and other aspects of public sector legal service delivery. Research grants are accompanied by access to PLP’s research resources and the opportunity to meet and discuss Program-related research with faculty and peers. The awards help to defray a range of costs, including travel and interview expenses and the creation, distribution, administration and analysis of survey instruments. All HLS students may apply and approved applicants may be granted up to $2,500 in funding, which may be aggregated with other funding, such as winter term research grants.
Deadline: January 4, 2010
Eligibility: Open to all HLS students for work completed in the current academic year.
Subject: Public interest legal practice or delivery of public sector legal services
For more information, visit the PLP website: http://www.law.harvard.edu/programs/plp/pages/funding.php; or email Kimberly Lyle: email@example.com.
Just in time for winter break, we have new information about summer legal internships and Harvard Graduate Student Awards with the Berkman Center for Internet and Society!
Berkman’s Cyberlaw Clinic and the Citizen Media Law Project (CMLP) are currently accepting applications for full-time summer interns. The Cyberlaw Clinic positions will involve real-world litigation, client counseling, licensing, advocacy and legislative projects covering a broad spectrum of legal issues involving the Internet, new technology, intellectual property law, youth online safety and child protection. CMLP interns will contribute to the CMLP’s legal threats database, perform legal research, draft new sections of the CMLP legal guide, assist CMLP staff members in running the pro bono and clinical legal assistance network, and handle client needs – all in support of the CMLP’s five primary objectives: legal education and training; collection and analysis of legal threats; litigation referral, consultation, and representation; community building; and advocacy on behalf of citizen media. On top of direct project work, Berkman summer interns contribute to other Center efforts; participate in (and drive) Center forums and discussions; and interact with an interdisciplinary crew of professors, fellows, and staff, in addition to one another! More information about the summer program can be found at http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/getinvolved/internships#summer. Continue reading
Shuttle Bus Service will be suspended effective Tuesday, December 22nd. Service will resume on Saturday, January 2nd at 12:00 p.m.
SFP AM & PM will operate daily through December 24th.
Daytime Van Service will be suspended effective Thursday, December 24th at 7:00 p.m. and will resume operation on Saturday, January 2nd at 12:00 p.m.
Evening Van Service will be suspended effective Thursday, December 24th and will resume operation on Saturday, January 2nd.
For Information call 617-495-0400. Thank you.
Summer Research Assistant Position for Professor Klarman
I am looking to hire one or two research assistants to work for me for about 8-9 weeks this summer. This would be a full-time, 40 hours per week, job for those weeks. I will need someone who can be in Cambridge for that amount of time, and a car would be useful (for possible day trips to Smith College to look at the Planned Parenthood archive), though it’s not absolutely essential. I believe the pay will be the same $11.50 per hour that Harvard generally pays for research assistants. Continue reading