Course Information: Comparative Constitutional Law (Prof. Michelman/Spring 2010)

Assignments for our first week’s classes are included in the syllabus of readings for the course, including book information (Jackson & Tushnet – Comparative Constitutional Law-Second Edition-2006-Foundation Press – available at Law School Coop), that is posted on the course website (click on “Syllabus”).
Please come to our first week’s classes prepared to discuss what you see as the point or points of learning about comparative constitutional law — for yourself personally, for legal professionals, and for citizens at large.  Then what about for judges engaged in the decision of pending cases?  Look or don’t look?  Cite or don’t cite?  Do your answers reflect any possibly debatable assumptions about why a country (or your country) has its constitutional law, or about the ways in which a country (or your country) uses or relies on its constitutional law, or about the aims and methods of constitutional interpretation?

Course Information: Antitrust, Technology & Innovation Seminar (Malone) First Meeting and Assignment

Class will meet on Tuesdays from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. in Pound 202. Readings for our first class session can be downloaded now from the Syllabus page on the course website  http://myhls.law.harvard.edu/course/hls-…) or picked up in hard copy form at the HLS Copy Center.

If you are on the waitlist and wish to remain there, you must attend the first class session.

Course Information: Cybercrime Seminar (Malone) First Meeting and Assignment

Class will meet on Thursdays from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. in Lewis 302. Readings for our first class session can be downloaded now from the Syllabus page on the course website  http://myhls.law.harvard.edu/course/hls-…) or picked up in hard copy form at the HLS Copy Center beginning the afternoon of Thursday, January 21.

If you are on the waitlist and wish to remain there, you must attend the first class session.

Job: Manuscript Preparation (International Legal History)

I need an assistant to help me prepare my book manuscript, on international legal history, for publication.  The work mostly involves preparation of footnotes: formatting and text moving, rather than substantive work.  I need someone who is highly proficient in “blue booking” as well as speedy with word-processing (in Word).  Compensation will be $15 an hour.  Please send a brief note and resume to  Nathaniel_Berman at brown.edu.  Thank you!