Prof. Cohen seeks summer Research Assistant

Prof. I. Glenn Cohen is looking to hire RA’s for part-time work this summer. The research assistant will be on issues related to health law, bioethics, FDA law, and may also involve some work for the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics, as well as some course work on Civil Procedure. Applicants need not have prior experience in these areas but if they do they should highlight it in their cover letter. Applicants should also highlight any training they have in philosophy, bioethics, or empirical methods, as well as any substantial editing experience (especially as to books). Again, none of these are required but are good to know in evaluating the application. The work will likely consist of 2 to 4 projects over the course of the summer, each of which will take 10-15 hours of time, and which RAs will have 2-3 weeks to complete. RAs need not be on campus as most of the work will be done via email communication.

Interested students should e-mail their applications to


Apply for a Litman Summer Fellowship

The Jack T. Litman Fellowship is currently accepting 1L applications for the summer program, which consists of both indigent criminal defense work and a substantive research project with an HLS professor. Fellows will be awarded $1000, in addition to SPIF funding. To apply for a 2013 Fellowship, please submit a cover letter and resume to  kwagner at and  jmachlin at

Wilbur Ross @ HBS on March 25

Professor Rob Kaplan will interview Wilbur Ross on Monday, 3/25 at 4:00pm in Spangler Auditorium on the HBS campus. This promises to be an insightful dialogue between Professor Kaplan and a legendary restructuring and private equity investor who helped define the turnaround sector. Event is open to the HBS and HLS  Community.  Don’t miss the conversation!