Use your 1L or 2L summer to get the best experience you’ll have in law school (according to our alumni!) at the crown jewel of HLS clinical offerings, and get to know Boston better exploring the neighborhood gems within easy reach of LSC. Spending the summer with us is the best way to guarantee you’ll have this experience, since semester based clinical placements are often over-enrolled. Summer interns are unpaid but eligible for all public interest fellowships including SPIF and EJA. Opportunities are available in the following clinics: Disability Litigation and Benefits Advocacy Clinic Estate Planning Clinic Post Foreclosure Eviction Defense Housing Clinic Predatory Lending/Consumer Protection Clinic Predatory Lending/Consumer Protection Clinic – Student Lending/For-Profit Colleges Project Veterans Legal Clinic For additional info and how to apply see: http://www.law.harvard.edu/academics/cli…
Professor Charles Nesson is seeking an assistant to draft a set of regulations for legal marijuana in Jamaica based on the regs issued by Colorado, with addition of provision to export in fair trade with other nations. Please send Cover Letter and Resume to Amanda McMahan – amcmahan@law.
Professor Cass Sunstein is seeking a Summer Research Assistant to focus on issues involving behavioral economics, constitutional law, and regulatory policy. All interested candidates please send a Cover Letter and CV to kdoyle at law.harvard.edu.
Do you drink bottled water? Do you think you can tell the difference between tap and bottled water? Did you know that tap water is regulated more stringently by the EPA than bottled water is by the FDA? Take the bottled water taste test to experience for yourself how free and clean our tap water is and to enter for a chance to win the Green Living Program raffle. And if you’re a first year, stop by to earn points for your section for the 1L Green Cup! The Hark Concourse Tuesday, March 11 – Thursday, March 13 11:30am – 1:30pm
Program Dates: May 27 – August 1, 2014 PROGRAM INFORMATION: For program inquiries please contact lscsummer at law.harvard.edu Summer internship opportunities are currently available in the Health Law & Policy Clinic at the Center for Health Law & Policy Innovation (CHLPI) of Harvard Law School. Use your 1L or 2L summer to get the best experience you’ll have in law school (according to our alumni!) at the crown jewel of Harvard Law School clinical offerings, and get to know Boston better exploring the neighborhood gems within easy reach of the Center for Health Law & Policy Innovation (CHLPI) in Jamaica Plain. Spending the summer with us is the best way to guarantee you’ll have this experience, since semester based clinical placements are usually over-enrolled. These positions focus heavily on policy research and analysis, and involve writing technical and non-technical legislative and regulatory summaries as well as providing technical assistance to states and community-based organizations regarding healthcare reform, Medicaid programming, and new strategies to increase access to care for underserved populations. Students interested in being a summer intern at the Center must commit to work 35-40 hours per week for the duration of the program. HOW TO APPLY: The 2014 summer program runs from Tuesday, May 27th to Friday, August 1st for a minimum of 35-40 hours per week. Application is by email including cover letter and resume to lscsummer at law.harvard.edu. Applications will be received and reviewed on a rolling basis until opportunities are filled. Summer interns are unpaid but eligible for all public interest fellowships including SPIF and EJA. More Information about the Center for Health Law & Policy Innovation: The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School (CHLPI) advocates for legal, regulatory, and policy reforms to improve the health of underserved populations, with a focus on the needs of low-income people living with chronic illnesses and disabilities. CHLPI works with consumers, advocates, community-based organizations, health and social services professionals, food providers and producers, government officials, and others to expand access to high-quality healthcare and nutritious, affordable food; to reduce health disparities; to develop community advocacy capacity; and to promote more equitable and effective healthcare and food systems. CHLPI is a clinical teaching program of Harvard Law School and mentors students to become skilled, innovative, and thoughtful practitioners as well as leaders in health, public health, and food law and policy.
Join us as HLS alumnus Charles T. Munger ’48, Vice-Chairman of Bershire Hathaway Corporation, discusses his career with Dean Martha Minow. This occasion is a special event for students and is hosted by the HLS Alumni Center in Milstein East on Monday, March 31st. Doors and event registration open at 11:30am. The discussion will officially start at 12pm. Interested attendees are required to RSVP to alumnievents at law.harvard.edu to reserve a spot for the event. Student ID’s will be checked at event registration.
Professor Coates is currently seeking a Research Assistant. The Research Assistant must be able to provide support concerning financial regulations including securities and corporate governance. Interested candidates should send their credentials (current resume) to Caroline Rende, Executive Assistant to Professor Coates at crende at law.harvard.edu.
Sign up for the new Harvard Negotiator’s initiative, Negotiating Identity in the Workplace. The initiative will use speakers, facilitated dialogues and social events to discuss how we navigate and negotiate identities (racial, gender, sexual orientation, religious, and political, among others) and roles (for example, “daughter,” “father,” “lawyer,” or “teammate”) both internally and externally, when we work and plan our careersThe next facilitated dialogue will take place on March 11 from 12 to 1 PM. RSVP at: http://tinyurl.com/muyz74a
Come tell us what you think about the Harvard Law School Library’s website! We will be hosting a lunchtime focus group about our website on Wednesday, March 12th at noon in the Lemann Lounge on the second floor as you enter the library. Come with your thoughts on how we can improve our website! Pizza will be provided.