The Cleary Gottlieb Fellowship is now being offered for Summer 2013. The selected Harvard student will work with the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program and Greater Boston Legal Services on cases involving the direct representation of noncitizens applying for U.S. asylum and related protections. In addition, the Program is active in appellate and policy advocacy on local, national and international levels. The fellow will work on appellate and advocacy issues, perform research and assist in representing clients through the clinic. To apply, email Bonnie Rubrecht ( brubrecht at law.harvard.edu) with a resume, cover letter (including a description of any prior experience) and your interest, law school transcript (unofficial ok) along with two references. HIRC will interview candidates on campus in December and January and Cleary Gottlieb will select the fellow through their fellowship committee by the end of January/beginning of February. New extended deadline: Friday, January 4th. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.