Boston is known as the City Of Champions! Come see one of the countries oldest sports teams compete against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday November 9, 2013 at the historic TD Garden. Game starts at 7pm. Tickets can be purchased at the DOS office in the new Wasserstein Building on the third floor (WCC-3039). Tickets are for students ONLY, please have your Harvard ID with you. Only 2 tickets per person.Tickets are limited! Here is the best part tickets are $40! You cannot miss this opportunity! Stop by and pick up a Bruins ticket AND some candy.
*Credit cards, checks and exact change for cash accepted
Find your seat: http://www.tdgarden.com/seat-finder/bruinshockeyice-shows/
Prof. Fisher seeks three RAs to work with him and three HBS students in developing a case study to examine when fashion innovators do and do not need or use IP protection. The analysis will include comparison of at least one US firm with at least one European firm. Interested students should contact (and send resumes to) Kathy Curley ( curley at law.harvard.edu) by Oct. 29.
Avlana Eisenberg, Safra Center for Ethics Fellow & former Climenko
Fellow, is interested in hiring a Research Assistant for work on
multiple projects involving criminal justice reform and the prison
industry. If interested, please send an email to
aeisenberg at law.harvard.edu including a brief statement of interest and
copies of your CV and law school transcript.
The Journal on Legislation is now accepting student-written pieces for publication in its Summer 2014 issue. The Journal is looking for submissions on legislation and the legislative process. We prefer pieces that address a particular bill or statute, or that make a detailed legislative proposal. The Journal publishes both shorter Recent Developments and longer Notes written by students. Recent Developments should discuss recently enacted legislation or a recently introduced legislative proposal. These should include both a descriptive element, summarizing the bill or statute’s major provisions and including some discussion of its legislative history, and an argument of some kind. Notes may focus on a somewhat broader topic, but should still address a concrete piece of legislation or make a concrete legislative proposal. We favor student writing on legislative topics that are significant (related to a topic of significant popular or scholarly debate) and current. For more information, please direct questions to the JOL Student Writing Editor, Daniel Lorme, at dlorme at jd14.law.harvard.edu. Past issues are available on our website at www.harvardjol.com.
Please note the upcoming application deadlines for winter term international travel grants: Friday, November 1 for JD and LLM students conducting Independent and Continuing Clinicals, and for JD students conducting Winter Term Writing Program projects Friday, November 15 for LLM students conducting Winter Term Writing Program projects Grant applications should be submitted to International Legal Studies in Wasserstein 5005. For more information, see: http://www.law.harvard.edu/academics/deg…
Call for Submissions:
Sustainable Development Law and Policy
The McGill International Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy (JSDLP) is
currently accepting submissions for its upcoming general issues to be published in
2013-2014. The JSDLP is a bilingual, student-run, peer-reviewed academic journal
based at McGill University’s Faculty of Law in Montreal, Canada.
As an interdisciplinary publication, we encourage submissions from researchers,
academics, practitioners, policy-makers, and students in a range of fields. We aim to
provide a forum for debate and critical analysis of the economic, societal, and
environmental issues surrounding sustainable development law and policy.
For volume 10 we are seeking general submissions pertaining to all areas of
sustainable development law and policy. However, we are particularly interested in
papers focused on Sustainable Development and Poverty Eradication.
If your submission pertains to this topic, it may be prioritized for publication in a special
thematic issue. As always, we welcome submissions in any other field of sustainable
development law and policy.
For further information, please contact Jessica Magonet, Editor-in-Chief,
at jsdlp.law at mcgill.ca. Past issues of the JSDLP are available on our website
http://www.mcgill.ca/jsdlp/jsdlponline) for your reference. We look forward to receiving
Visiting Professor Khanna is interested in hiring a Research Assistant with experience in conducting empirical work, regressions, or experimental work. The projects involve topics in Corporate Crime, Law & Economic Development in India and Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets. Students with a background in public policy, economics and business are encouraged to apply. If interested please send an email to Professor Khanna at vkhanna at law.harvard.edu.
Deadline for Annual Project Proposals – Friday, October 18 at 11:59 PM Do not miss your chance to turn your documentary idea into a fully fledged visual project! Annual Project Proposal: The Harvard Law Documentary Studio is now accepting proposals from students across Harvard University for its Annual Project(s). The selected proposal(s) will be made into a short (~5-15 minute) documentary on a social or policy issue, broadly defined, and the Documentary Studio Board will partner with Proposing Students to fund, train, and equip the Crew. Proposing Students will have an opportunity to serve as the project’s Director or Producer. No film or video experience is necessary, and we encourage proposals from students across Harvard University. To Submit: Please visit us at http://www.harvardlawdocs.org/proposals…. to find out more about the application submission requirements. If you are interested in crew applications, the deadline is next week, October 25 at 11:59 PM. You can access a crew application at http://www.harvardlawdocs.org/crew.php
Sabi Ardalan, Lecturer on Law and Assistant Director of the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program, seeks research assistants to help with interdisciplinary projects involving trauma, refugees, and U.S. asylum law during fall 2013 and spring 2014. Students interested in the position should submit a resume and brief statement of interest to sardalan at law.harvard.edu.
On October 31, Bill Ackman will speak at HLS and respond to student questions. Bill Ackman, a leading hedge fund activist, is the founder and CEO of hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management. Pershing Square’s recent engagements include Proctor & Gamble, JCPenney, Canadian Pacific Railway and Target. If you are interested in finance, corporate practice or capital markets, this is a unique opportunity to hear from one of the country’s most prominent activist investors. The event will take place on Thursday, October 31 at 3:00 pm in Milstein East C. Reservations are necessary and will be open until October 31 at 12:00 noon, or until capacity is reached. Students may also submit questions for the moderator to ask Mr. Ackman. For more information, and to register to the event, please visit http://hvrd.me/ackman-event.
HLS Project on Disability Events & Information
HPOD’s Open House With Special Guest Speaker Justice Albie Sachs, Constitutional Court of South Africa and Human Rights Activist. Introduction by Harvard Law School’s Dean Martha Minow in WCC-2019 Milstein West B. Thursday, October 17, 2013 5pm.
Co-sponsored by International Legal Studies.
Light refreshments will be served.
The Dean of Students Office brings you a Halloween Party at the Sheraton Commander
October 26, 2013 from 9pm to 1am
Limited tickets are avaiable now for $10 and can be purchased at: hlshalloween2013.eventbrite.com
Drink tickets and appetizers will be provided.
Please email dos@law with any questions or concerns.
Professor Goldsmith would like to hire someone to do editing and footnote work on some cybersecurity essays done for NATO. The project offers a chance to work with a former very senior executive branch official in charge of cybersecurity. If you are interested send your resume to Qashat at law.harvard.edu.
FREE Showing of Robert Reich’s INEQUALITY FOR ALL This Saturday, Oct. 12th, 3:45pm at Kendall Square Cinema Join HLS and Harvard College students this Saturday for a FREE showing of Robert Reich’s acclaimed new documentary about inequality in the United States, “Inequality for All.” (View trailer at http://inequalityforall.com/). Space is limited, so please RSVP as soon as possible at http://tinyurl.com/harv-inequality. Plan to arrive at Kendall Square Cinema by 3:45pm on Saturday.
Calling all 1Ls! We want YOUR feedback regarding your experience of the 1L curriculum. Help make a difference at HLS by participating in this 15-minute survey: http://tinyurl.com/HLS1LSurveyFall2013. Your responses will be kept anonymous and confidential. The principal investigator of this survey is Harvard Law School’s Professor Jon Hanson. This is the first of three short surveys designed so that you can give feedback throughout your 1L year. For more information, please email: cigoe at law.harvard.edu
Byse Workshop on “Debt, Contracts and Default: A Legal, Economic & Sociological Exploration” will begin this Thursday, 10.10.13, and will meet at WCC 3034 from 1200 to 1:30. The workshop follows an open seminar format with a combination of a short, informal lecture and a guided discussion on the various readings. It is a great opportunity to join an open and lively discussion on issues that are at the heart of legal, economic and social theory. It should be of interest to those who care about the theory of debt, insolvency and bankruptcy, are mystified by the social role debt has in our society, concerned about the proper regulation of debt, curios about the possibility of evading the law by hiding assets and interested in enforcement of private law norms. The workshop is open and participants are welcome to pick the meetings they want to attend. The title of Thursday’s meeting is “Debt as a Social Category: The History of Debt”. Starting tomorrow, the readings will be available online. * Light lunch will be provided! * You can write a paper in conjunction with the workshop under the supervision of one the faculty members.
Professor Hal Scott is looking for a Harvard Law School student to work as a research assistant, beginning as soon as possible. This person will provide briefing points in preparation for an upcoming Symposium on US-Japan financial regulatory issues. Knowledge of Japan’s capital markets preferred. Please send your resume to wgrace at law.harvard.edu.
Apply now to go on JLSA’s spring break trip to Israel! JLSA’s annual trip to Israel offers HLS students a special opportunity to explore the wonders and complexities of the modern state of Israel. The trip includes visits to major historical, religious, and cultural sites throughout Israel as well as meetings with senior Israeli officials and leaders. This year’s trip is scheduled for March 13 – 23, 2014. E-mail Ari (aruben@jd14) to request an application.
New this year: Open to 1Ls, 2Ls, AND 3Ls! View the online application at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IsDv… Please download a copy and e-mail it, along with your resume, to auction at mail.law.harvard.edu. View the descriptions of Chair positions at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IsDv… To see pictures from last year’s auction go to: https://plus.google.com/photos/105141758… Applications are due by 5PM on Wednesday, October 16. Email auction at mail.law.harvard.edu with questions.
There are still seats available for HLS Wellness Cooking Class – How to Make Shrimp Scampi on Wednesday, October 9 from 5pm to 6pm. Please visit the Dean of Students Office to reserve a seat. For more information, please email LArcudi@law.harvard.edu.