Bloomberg Law Intro & Training

Bloomberg Law is available to all Harvard Law Faculty, Staff and Students and to extend the opportunity to all faculty and staff to obtain a password if you do not already have one.

 

Additionally, there is a lunch training on August 13, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in A524, HLS Library 5th Floor.

 

Sign up here to make sure you get lunch: http://bit.ly/MDOz6N

 

I also want to mention just two of the major features we think you will find very useful. Bloomberg Law makes the federal courts electronic filing system PACER available at no cost to academic users, including the dockets and underlying documents; and those of state courts that have transitioned to e-filing.

 

Contact: Lisa at Ljunghahn@law.harvard.edu.

 

Secondly, BNA manuals, portfolios, daily updates etc.. are now available on Bloomberg Law, including services such as email delivery of BNA reports such as US Law Week and the Daily Labor Report etc.

New: Petrie-Flom Student Internship Program

The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School is accepting applications for its new student internship program. The internships are open to all students across Harvard University, at both the undergrad and graduate student level. Projects will potentially include website development, blog posting, event planning and coordination, research assistance, and the like. Interns will also participate in Center events, including the Health Law and Policy Workshop at HLS. Interns will not be paid, although work-study may be a possibility. For more information, see: http://www.law.harvard.edu/programs/petr…

Research Assistant Wanted for Visiting Professor Sandile Ngcobo

Visiting Professor Sandile Ngcobo, the former Chief Justice of the Republic of South Africa, is seeking a Research Assistant for the fall semester.  The work will focus on socio-economic rights and judicial review in South Africa.   Applicants should have familiarity with human rights or comparative constitutional law.
Interested students should send a resume with a statement of interest and availability to Sara Zucker at  szucker at law.harvard.edu

Prof White Seeks Research Assistant on Poverty Law Course

Professor White seeks a Research Assistant to help prepare materials for her fall term Poverty Law Course.  Applicants should have interest and/or experience with domestic poverty, good research skills including experience with new media, and a potential interest in working as a TA on the course in the fall.  Hours flexible and can be combined with other summer employment.  Email Prof. White (lwhite) with a 1 page CV which lists two references, and a 1 page statement of interest.