Professors Wendy Jacobs and Todd Rakoff will be working on a project this summer looking at the ways the Law School currently teaches its students and comparing that pedagogy to what is expected of beginning attorneys in various practice settings. They seek a law student interested in educational matters to help in the endeavor. The position will involve both developing data from inside the School and connecting with practitioners to analyze present day practice. The hours will be flexible during May and June, but full time during July and at least the first two weeks of August; compensation will be at the standard Law School research assistant rate. Applicants should send a letter describing their interest and detailing their qualifications together with a resume and transcript to Professor Wendy Jacobs, wjacobs at law.harvard.edu.