Seeking Research Assistant for Rachel Viscomi at the Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program to help with research on “politeness”, race, and emotional labor in conflict resolution and dialogues. Candidates must know how to use “R” for statistical computing. Please send resume and statement of interest to Tracy at email@example.com. Hours to be determined in conversation with professor. Regular Harvard RA pay rate offered.
Workshop with Paula Davis-Laack, JD, MAPP Tuesday, January 23rd 12pm-1pm WCC 3018 Lunch provided During this workshop, you’ll learn about and practice some of following: How you explain adversity and setback and why having a more resilient explanatory style contributes to numerous factors for success How to cross-examine and reframe counterproductive thinking in the moment A […]
If you would like to join one of the clinics below, please email us as soon as possible. Any open seats will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. Environmental Law and Policy Clinic – taken with “Environmental Law and Policy Clinical Seminar.” Federal Tax Clinic – taken with “Federal Tax Clinical Seminar.” Food Law and […]
Program Dates: Monday, May 21, 2018 – Friday, July 27, 2018 For more information about the program visit our website. For program inquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org The Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School seeks law students to serve as interns this coming summer. Our summer program runs from Monday, May 21st – Friday, July 27th, […]
Seeking possible participants in a Monday night fiber arts (knitting, crochet, etc.) group. Professor Tushnet will host and provide snacks. All levels welcome. If interested, please contact Professor Tushnet at email@example.com
Professor Hal Scott is seeking teaching fellows for the Spring semester to assist with a series of customized courses on finance, capital market development, international finance, and regulation of financial markets.
Professor Goldsmith is interested in hiring someone fluent in Italian to translate several pages of a famous mafia memoir. If you are competent and interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org of your interest.
Looking for teaching fellow for GOVT-E 1750, a course on international organization, spring semester, starting January 25. Responsibilities include handling one or two weekly discussion sections (exact number depends on enrollment) and grading undergraduate exams. Some background in international relations or international law essential. Please contact Don Babai email@example.com
HELR, the top-ranked environmental law journal in the U.S. and the friendliest journal at HLS, is seeking new editors. Are you brand new to subciting? Or perhaps you are a 2L or 3L regretting that you never joined a journal?
Professor Hal Scott is looking for an experienced copy editor to assist with the final preparation of the 22nd edition of International Finance due to the publisher Foundation Press in May 2018. Editing would consist of putting together in one manuscript some 20 chapters prepared in advance.
Mr. Lessig is looking for RAs to help him complete research related to a book about constitutional theory, as well as a book about democratic theory. If you’re interested, email his assistant, Valentina de Portu at firstname.lastname@example.org, with (1) your resume, (2) your time commitment, and (3) whether you’ve taken or are taking constitutional la
The research assistants will work directly with Visiting Senior Fellow, Chiraag Bains, and Legal Fellow, Colin Doyle, with oversight from Executive Director, Brook Hopkins, and Professors Carol Steiker and Alex Whiting.
The Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs is seeking students from all class years (JD and LLM) to sit on its Student Advisory Committee and contribute their ideas and suggestions regarding curriculum, new projects and legal practice placements, policies, and technology, among other things. Members of the Committee serve as liaisons between students and […]
The Tenant Advocacy Project (TAP) has two full-time paid positions available for this summer. Learn housing law, interviewing and assessment, trial skills. Under the supervision of TAP’s clinical instructors, two students will run a fast-paced program representing Section 8 and public housing tenants and applicants at hearings at local housing authorities.
The Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project (PLAP) is now accepting applications for its 2018 Summer Student Attorney Program. Why work at PLAP this summer? Here are just a few reasons: At PLAP, you will take the lead on your own cases and directly represent clients in prison disciplinary, parole, and classification hearings. You will interview […]
Update: Deadline Extended to 1/8/18 at 5PM Please Note: Students who meet the initial deadline of 1/5/18 will not be effected by this extension. Remote placements for 2 or 3 clinical credits with the following organizations*: ACLU Voting Rights Project Campaign Legal Center NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund Asian Americans Advancing Justice Free Speech […]
Clinics with Open Seats The following spring clinics still have a few seats available! Please log in to Helios and navigate to the Add/Drop section to enroll in one of these clinics. Open seats will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Community Enterprise Project (by-application, please see description for more information) Environmental Law and […]