Nominate your friends and colleagues for the first annual Harvard Green Carpet Awards by this Friday April 9th! Visit http://green.harvard.edu/greencarpet#3.
Individual winners from each School and Unit will be honored, and awards will be given for Waste/Water Reduction, GHG Reduction, Capital Projects, Green Teams, and Student Projects.
In addition, the Office for Sustainability and Office of the President and Provost cordially invite you to join us for the Awards event itself on Friday April 23rd at 3pm in Sanders Theater (with a Sustainability Fair at 2pm and a reception at the Cambridge Queen’s Head at 4:15pm with FREE food and drinks for event attendees!)
Stetson University College of Law and The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division invites Harvard Law School students to participate in the Third Annual National Pretrial Competition on October 8-9, 2010. This year, Stetson has opened the competition to include 12 teams.
This competition captures what attorneys do every day in offices and courtrooms across the nation – pretrial motion practice. Competing teams receive a problem containing two issues that would require pretrial resolution. Each team writes two briefs – one for the respondent and one for the petitioner. Then, upon submitting their briefs, teams receive supplemental information that may later or negate the arguments they submitted. At the competition, teams present oral arguments, examine witnesses, and ultimately attempt to synthesize law and new facts in a final argument.
If you have any questions about the competition please do not hesitate to contact Stetson University. You can visit their website (http://www.law.stetson.edu/pretrail), where you will find information from the 2009 competition, including the problem, rules, and supplemental information that was sent following receipt of the briefs.
Cora True-Frost seeks a research assistant to work on a project in the field of international law with applications in human rights, trade, and environment. This project will commence at the end of April or early May and will likely conclude in early September 2010. Excellent writing skills, bluebooking, and research experience are required. Basic knowledge of the relevant areas of international law is desirable. If you are interested, please email your resume to Cora True-Frost at ctruefrost at law.harvard.edu