The syllabus has been posted to the course website. Please read the Note for the First Class, and assignment 1, before coming to class.
The syllabus has been posted to the course website. The first class meets on Sept. 9. Please read the Note on the First Class on the syllabus, and assignment 1 before coming to class.
The Multi-Regional Clinical Trials Center at Harvard, which is part of the Harvard Global Health Institute and for which Mark Barnes serves as faculty co-chair, is seeking one or two research assistants for approximately 20 hours per week for the fall semester, perhaps continuing into spring as well. Topics of research include clinical trial and drug approval process regulatory reforms in India and Brazil, as well as FDA and European Medicines Agency proposals for public access to clinical trials data compiled by the international pharma and medical device industry. Compensation is $15/hour, and work schedules are flexible. Participation as co-author in journal publications may be possible, dependent on an appropriate level of involvement. Please respond to mbarnes at law.harvard.edu, with copy to rebecca.li at harvard.edu.
The International Finance Seminar with Professors Hal Scott and Howell Jackson is now accepting applications for admission into the course. This is a year-long research seminar which focuses on how law and regulation affects international finance. It examines policies and regulation affecting cross-border banking and securities transactions in the three major markets, the United States, the European Union and Japan. All students in this seminar will write an original research paper. J.D’s and LL.M’s are invited to apply ASAP. Interested applicants should submit a resume/CV and a short note of interest to Whitney Grace at wgrace at law.harvard.edu.