Introduction to Bloomberg Law
Date: Thursday, February 02, 2012
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am EST
Where: Library Training Room
Notes: Learn the basics of conducting legal research on Bloomberg Please sign up for access, prior to the presentation, on the main page Bloomberg Law by emailing Eric Malinowski at emalinowski at bloomberg.net.
Want to help fight Internet censorship and help promote freedom of expression online? Become a Herdict intern this spring.
Herdict is a crowdsourced project that is dedicated to collecting and disseminating real-time information about Internet filtering, denial of service attacks, and other blockages.
We are looking to hire a Herdict intern for the spring semester, who is passionate about Internet freedom and eager to help this exciting project. The intern will be responsible for brainstorming blog posts with the Herdict staff, writing blog posts and tweeting about Herdict and current events relevant to the project, and coordinating with our local outreach coordinators.
Required Education, Experience and Skills:
* Highly motivated individuals who are excited about furthering a free and open Internet
* Creative thinkers who can help identify relevant news issues and events
* Excellent writing skills
* At least well on the way to a bachelors degree or better
Additional Skills and Interests:
* Experience writing blog posts or other articles, particularly those that discuss legal or Internet freedom issues, for a non-legal audience
* Experience organizing volunteers
* Proficiency in Chinese, Arabic, Turkish, or Thai is a bonus, but certainly not required
* Experience with excel is a plus
Hours and Pay:
* Commit to helping Herdict for five – ten hours per week.
* Interns are paid $11.50 an hour. No other benefits are provided.
Please email the following information to contact at herdict.org
* A cover letter indicating your interest in the position
* A current resume
* A sample of a blog post (or similar) that youâ€™ve previously published
Donate your cosmetics and toiletries to women at the Cambridge YWCA Family Shelter.
We are glad to accept any of the following:
Shampoos and hair treatments
Perfumes and colognes
Soaps and bathing supplies
Makeup (new only)
Please drop off by THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. Collection box is located at the bottom of the ramp leading the the Caspersen Cafe.
Brought to you by the HLS Green Team, HLS Green Living Program and Harvard Recycling
Literary-minded research assistant sought for work on various topics in law and the humanities. If interested, contact Professor Hay at hay at law.harvard.edu.
Palfrey and Zittrain seek a teaching assistant for their new spring course, “Cyberlaw and Intellectual Property: Advanced Problem Solving Workshop.” Candidates with a strong background in cyberlaw or intellectual property are encouraged to apply by this Friday, January 27, at 5pm. Applicants should email their CV along with one paragraph explaining why they want to TA this class to Lisa Carlivati at a2jz at law.harvard.edu with the subject “Cyberprobs TA.”
There are still a few open slots in the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation Clinic (formerly the Health Law and Policy Clinic) at the HLS Wilmer Hale Legal Services Center this spring.
Working in the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation gives you the chance to represent clients, work with individuals and coalitions on cutting-edge health law issues, and gain hands-on experience advocating for clients in many aspects of health law and policy reform. A clinical experience provides you with the opportunity to develop your lawyering skills and is not only for those interested in or committed to a career in health law.
The clinic offers academic credit (2-4 credits for 10-20 hours per week) and meets the pro bono graduation requirement. Clinic hours are flexible and can allow you to work from home. More information about the clinic is available at http://www.law.harvard.edu/academics/clinical/lsc/clinics/health%20projects.htm.
The clinic is taken in conjunction with a 2-credit clinical workshop “Health, Disability and Planning: Law and Policy Clinical Workshop,” which meets Tuesday evenings from 5pm-7pm. If you are interested in enrolling in a clinic and the clinical workshop you can enroll by contacting Karina Chamorro in the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs at kchamorro at law.harvard.edu.
Applications for fall 2012 semester abroad are due on Wednesday, February 15. Please see our webpage for more details: http://www.law.harvard.edu/academics/degrees/special-programs/study-abroad/index.html
An information session on study abroad opportunities will be held on Monday, January 30 at 12:00 p.m. in Wasserstein 3016. This session will offer information on semester abroad programs, including our new exchange agreement with Seoul National University School of Law in South Korea, and the University of Cambridge joint-degree program. Come find out how an international experience could work for you!
Lunch will be served