Chayes International Public Service Fellowship: Upcoming Deadline

Chayes International Public Service Fellowship applications are due by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, February 1.  In addition to submitting an application, interested students must contact the Chayes Fellowship Program by January 28 at (617) 384-5284 or  ils at to schedule an interview that will occur February 8, 9, 10, or 11. 

The Chayes Fellowships provide HLS students with the opportunity to spend 8 weeks engaged in international public service within governments of developing nations and those making difficult transitions to peace, stability and democracy, as well as the inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations that support these efforts.  The exact nature of the Chayes Fellows’ projects may vary, but could include work in the areas of constitutional and legal issues in emerging democracies, reconstruction of war-torn societies, or development of legal, political, social and economic institutions, among others.  Chayes Fellows become part of a global network of academics and practitioners and are invited to attend periodic meetings at Harvard with prominent international guest speakers.

The Chayes Fellowship program is co-administered by the Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising, and International Legal Studies.  The Fellowship provides a stipend to supplement the amount provided by Summer Public Interest Funding.

For more information about the Chayes Fellowship and application procedures, see:

Questions: contact Sara Zucker at  szucker at or 5-9030, or Ben Cook at  bcook at or 6-0899.

Fitness Fridays- Yoga is back!

The Dean of Students Office is bringing free yoga classes back to Pound Hall.  Classes are led by instructor Carla Fontaine. 

Yoga mats are available, first come first serve (up to 15)

Pound Hall 335
12-1:15 p.m.

January 28
February 4
February 11

Open to HLS students only.  Contact Tim Cusack to reserve a spot in any or all of the classes.

Summer Job in Environmental Law and Policy Clinic

2011 Summer Internship in the Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic
Application Deadline: February 11, 2011

The Harvard Law School Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic (ELPC) is now accepting applications from HLS 1Ls and 2Ls for a 2011 summer internship.  The clinic works on novel, cutting edge environmental law issues ranging from climate change and renewable energy to industrial aquaculture and indoor air quality.  The intern will address some or all of these issues as he or she works with the faculty and staff of the clinic on ongoing litigation, policy, and research projects.

This is a paid internship; the intern will be paid the standard HLS research assistant hourly rate.  The intern will work 30-40 hours per week for 8-10 weeks; the specific hours and weeks are negotiable.

Applicants must possess outstanding academic credentials as well as excellent research, writing and oral advocacy skills.

Applications are due by February 11, 2011.

Please apply by sending the following materials to Shaun Goho at  sgoho at

  • A cover letter describing your interest and relevant experience
  • Resume
  • Legal writing sample
  • Contact information for at least three references
  • Law school transcript

Valentines Day Cosmetics Drive

Does your bathroom have shampoo, conditioner, and shaving cream that you won’t use?

Do you have unused lipsticks and nail polish crowding your make-up bag?

Recycle your toiletries by donating them to the VALENTINE’S DAY COSMETICS DRIVE!

Toiletries should be in new, un-opened condition. All donations will be delivered to the Cambridge Family Shelter of the YWCA.

Drop off your donations in the labeled box in the HARK LOBBY by MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8

Questions?  rob_gogan at