Dropped a Class? Need to return your book?
If you dropped a class during the Add/Drop period, but had already purchased the books from the COOP, you can still return them. Please bring along your original receipt, the email or other Registrar’s Office communication showing you dropped the class during the Add/Drop period, and the book.
This semester will be an exciting one for the new Criminal Justice Program of Study (POS). Please join our mailing list to keep up to date, by clicking here: https://lists.hcs.harvard.edu/mailman/listinfo/hlscrimstudy
This semester, we’ll be compiling a weekly list of criminal justice events around Boston; coordinating a discussion group with the law and social change POS; launching a trial strategy series focused on analyzing major recent criminal cases with the help of professors and litigators; and setting up happy hours.
For an overview of the POS, click here: http://www.law.harvard.edu/academics/degrees/jd/pos/criminal-justice/index.html
Questions/thoughts? Email POS Fellow Nina Catalano, nina.catalano[at gmail.com
The Harvard International Law Journal, the country’s oldest, largest, and most-cited student-edited journal of international and comparative law, is recruiting members for Volume 52.
Opportunities include editing articles, evaluating submissions, assisting with our symposium and other events, and student writing. Additional information is available at http://www.harvardilj.org/join and at our information session, to be held Thursday, February 3, at noon in Hauser 104.