Harvard Law School Professors I. Glenn Cohen ’03, Holger Spamann S.J.D. ’09, and Lucie E. White ’81 traveled to France in June to teach at the eighth annual Intensive Doctoral Week (IDW) at the law school of the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, more commonly known as “Sciences Po.”
Cohen, Spamann and White participated in the IDW as part of the cooperative agreement in place between HLS and Sciences Po Law School, which allows students from both schools to spend a semester abroad at the other institution, and provides opportunities for professors to teach or conduct research in Paris or Cambridge. Harvard Law School currently has similar agreements with ten other schools around the world.
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Members of Harvard Law School’s S.J.D. community — both current candidates and alumni of the program — gathered on campus for the 2018 S.J.D. Association Workshop, “Between Law and Justice: Ethics, Politics, and the State,” on May 17. The Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) is Harvard Law School’s most advanced law degree, designed principally for aspiring legal academics who wish to pursue sustained independent study, research, and writing. HLS currently has over 60 S.J.D. candidates from 26 countries. Seven professors at HLS are graduates of the program, as are faculty at leading universities spanning the globe.
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