Interested in experiencing the best food in Boston with a group of passionate foodies?
Then join HLS’s brand new Epicurean Society, a club devoted to setting up dining excursions into Boston.
To join the club, simply email Edmund Mokhtarian ( emokhtarian at jd13.law.harvard.edu) or come to our club info session on Tuesday the 27th from 12 PM – 12:30 PM in Pound 102.
Interested in criminal justice? Want to stay up-to-date about events happening at Harvard and beyond? Join the Criminal Justice Program of Study mailing list by clicking here: https://lists.hcs.harvard.edu/mailman/listinfo/hlscrimstudy
Learn more about the program of study here: http://www.law.harvard.edu/academics/degrees/jd/pos/criminal-justice/index.html
Calling all students who are interested in serving as jurors in the mock trials for Harvard Law School (HLS) Trial Advocacy Workshop!
Trials will be held Thursday, September 29 and Friday, September 30, from 3:00pm-7:00pm on the HLS campus. The attorneys in these trials are second and third year law students who would benefit greatly from feedback on their performances. We are hoping to have 10-15 students per jury to deliberate and to give their judgments on whether the students have convinced them or not in the individual cases. Please contact Amy Soto at taw at law.harvard.edu if you are able to serve during one of these afternoons (Thursday 9/29 or Friday 9/30).
Charles J. Ogletree, Jr.
Jesse Climenko Professor of Law
The Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs is seeking students to sit on its Student Advisory Committee. Students from all class years (including LLMs) are needed to contribute their ideas and suggestions regarding curriculum, new projects and placements, policies, and technology, among other things. Members of the Committee serve as liaisons between students and the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs, facilitating communication between the Office, students, clinical faculty, and the law school administration. The Committee helps the Office identify and address current needs, serves as a sounding board as the Office implements program changes, and assists in strategizing about future programming.
The Committee will meet approximately three times a semester, and lunch and treats will be served.
If interested, please send your resume and a brief email expressing your interest to Lee Branson at lbranson at law.harvard.edu by Thursday, October 6. Please also include your regular weekly availability for meetings M-F 9am-7pm.
Apply to Join the Harvard Immigration Project! Orientation is September 28th, 7pm in Pound 200. Applications can be found at http://hlsorgs.com/hip/apply-to-hip/ and are due October 3rd, 5pm.
The Harvard Immigration Project (HIP) is a Student Practice Organization that offers opportunities for students to gain practical hands-on experience in immigration law and to serve immigrant communities with high-quality legal advocacy. HIP has four projects underway that students can apply to work on:
* Know-Your-Rights community outreach and education campaigns;
* Direct representation of Iraqi refugees seeking resettlement through the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP);
* Direct representation of local individuals in deportation proceedings through our Bond Hearing Representation; and
* Immigration Services for former clients of the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic who seek adjustment of status, family derivative claims, and other follow-up immigration services.
In addition to these practice-based projects, HIP hosts events and trainings for members including speakers on immigration-law topics, career and academic advising, and direct action campaigns. For more information, visit our website http://hlsorgs.com
Dates to remember:
* HIP Orientation session: Wednesday, September 28th, at 7pm, Pound 200.
* Applications are available at http://hlsorgs.com/hip/apply-to-hip/. Applications are due October 3rd, 5pm.
Visiting Professor Kristen Stilt is looking for RAs in two areas. The first is a long-term project on comparative constitutional history with a focus on Malaysia and Turkey. Ability to read Malay or Turkish will be highly appreciated but is not necessary. The second is a shorter project on an aspect of international animal law. Some familiarity with the field of animal law will be helpful.