The mandatory Clinical Ethics Training is scheduled for: Friday, February 7 from 3:30-5pm in the Ames Courtroom. HLS students are required to attend if: Enrolled in their first clinic in Winter 2014 or Spring 2014 Participating in a Student Practice Organization Students do not need to attend the training if they previously attended an Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Ethics Training. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. The Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs
The Islamic Legal Studies Program at Harvard Law School is accepting applications for ILSP Visiting Fellowships for the academic year 2014–2015. The program has been newly revised to include opportunities to work on scholarly projects relating to one of the year’s three research streams: Islamic Law and Legal History, Islamic Law and Society, and Islamic Law Themes in Digital Humanities. For more information and to apply, visit http://www.law.harvard.edu/programs/ilsp. For questions or additional information, please contact ilsp at law.harvard.edu. The deadline for applications is February 1, 2014. Applications received after this date will not be considered.
HGSLI Program Overview
Housed at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership, the Harvard Graduate School Leadership Institute (HGSLI) is a leadership development program for graduate students across Harvard. Each HGSLI cohort is limited to 30 students and provides an opportunity to establish an intimate cross-Harvard network.
HGSLI is semester-long program where Fellows receive leadership training informed by the model of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), and focused on authentic leadership development, growth, and personal reflection.
According to past participants, this is an intense and deeply rewarding program that is often their most meaningful experience at Harvard. Weekly meetings and a weekend retreat build strong friendships, a leadership toolkit, and a peer network that continues long after the HGSLI program is over.
Testimonials by past Fellows include:
“HGSLI connected me to a group of extraordinary Harvard students, many of whom I’d never have met, and threw me into the deep end of leadership learning. I’ve had authentic, meaningful conversations that have taught me more about myself and others than most of my classes to date.”
“HGSLI is one of the best things I’ve done in my graduate career at Harvard.”
“HGSLI was the first time I really got put on a pedestal and had 4 other people asking me questions to get to the real root of what I was struggling with. It taught humility, openness, and was constructive. A fear removing experience.”
The application deadline is 12:00 noon EST on Friday, February 7. The application includes three short questions and a resume submission. Harvard graduate students pursuing degrees from all schools are invited to apply.
To apply, please visit this link: https://harvard.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6WObDSrlETk2bBP.
Twenty minute interviews will be held for select applicants on Tuesday, February 11 through Saturday, February 15. You will be contacted no later than Monday, February 17 regarding your final admission status.
In order to build a strong and cohesive group, 100% attendance at all Tuesday sessions and the weekend retreat is required. Please do not apply if you cannot make this commitment.
Friday, February 21 (5:30pm) – Sunday, February 23 (3:30pm)
The retreat is held on Cape Cod. Transportation, housing and meals are all included however Fellows are asked to contribute $50 to help defray retreat costs.
All sessions run from 6:30-9:30pm at the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School. Dinner is provided at each session. Session dates are as follows:
Tuesday, March 4
Tuesday, March 11
Tuesday, March 25
Tuesday, April 1
Tuesday, April 8
Tuesday, April 15
Tuesday, April 22
Tuesday, April 29
There may be additional optional events hosted with alumni during the semester. HGSLI has an active alumni body and graduated Fellows engage in events with speakers, networking, and training.
The Foreign Direct Investment Arbitration Moot is an annual competition designed to simulate an investor-state arbitration, such as those carried out under the rules of the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). The Moot Court Board is currently seeking students who wish to participate in this competition, which will take place in Malibu from Oct. 24-26, 2014. Last year’s team won 1st place overall, and the 2012 team won 3rd place, so this is a great opportunity to join a fun and successful team and to learn about an interesting and growing area of international law! Join last year’s team for an information session on Monday., Feb. 3 at 12 pm in Hauser 101. To tryout for the team, please email Sarah Weiner at sweiner at jd15.law.harvard.edu by Feb. 5 for details on the application process. Tryouts will be held the week of Feb. 10.