On October 19, four 2017 Chayes International Public Service Fellows — Brayden Koslowsky ’19, Daniel Levine-Spound ’19, Mihret Woldesemait ’19, and Sarah Deibler, an S.J.D. candidate — spoke about their summer work abroad at a panel discussion. Watch the discussion here.
Attendance at one of these sessions is mandatory for HLS students traveling abroad for HLS credit or with Harvard funding, and open to all HLS students traveling abroad during winter term.
Wednesday, November 29 or Thursday, November 30 (Choose either session)
WCC Milstein East B
RSVP to ils at law.harvard.edu indicating which session you will attend.
For more information — including requirements and advice for HLS students traveling abroad — please visit our International Travel web pages.
Please join us for a talk by Viacheslav “Slava” Fetisov. Currently a member of the Russian Duma, he is a former Russian Minister of Sport and Olympic gold medalist and Stanley Cup champion, who played a leading role in organizing the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. Mr. Fetisov has also served as the chair of the World Anti-Doping Agency Athletes Committee.
Introduction by Professor William Alford.
Tuesday, November 14
Lunch will be served.
Before the talk, attendees may wish to view the film Red Army, the story of the Soviet Union’s famed hockey team through the eyes of its players.
Co-sponsored by International Legal Studies, the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies & the Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law.
On September 27, Niamh Moloney LL.M. ’93, professor of Financial Markets Law and incoming Head of the Law Department (2018-2019) at the London School of Economics, spoke at Harvard Law School on the complex question of the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union and its implications for the U.K.’s financial services industry.
Read more at Harvard Law Today.
Photo Credit: Loren Grainger/HLS Staff Photographer.
The Chayes International Public Service Fellowships are dedicated to the memory of Professor Abram Chayes, who taught at Harvard Law School for more than 40 years. These summer fellowships provide Harvard Law School students with the opportunity to spend eight weeks engaged in public service with an international scope and/or relevant to countries in development or those making transitions to peace, stability, and democracy. At this panel discussion, four 2017 Chayes Fellows will discuss their summer work, and you can also learn more about the Fellowship.