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Special Immigrant Juvenile Status in Massachusetts

August 26, 2016

Via Boston Bar Journal By Nancy Kelly Case Focus In a recent decision, Recinos v. Escobar, the Supreme Judicial Court (“SJC”) addressed and resolved a discrepancy between state and federal law as to whether individuals between the ages of 18 and 21 fall within the jurisdiction of the Massachusetts courts.  473 Mass. 734 (2016).  The federal […]

Words of wisdom for clinical students

August 26, 2016

At Harvard Law School, more than 800 students will be doing clinical work this academic year.  They will be engaged in factual and legal investigations; interviewing clients and witnesses; drafting legislation, legal memoranda and briefs; and preparing for trial amongst other legal work. In this blog post, a former clinic student, faculty, and staff share advice as students take on these […]

Harvard Law School Library: A trove of resources for clinics and student practice organizations

August 26, 2016

The Harvard Law School library offers a wealth of resources including information guides, tools, and toolkits relevant to students and faculty working in clinics and student practice organizations (SPOs). With the front-line lawyer in mind, the library covers more than 50 subject areas, each one detailing the best way to get started with legal research, including […]

Recent Scholarship by Clinical Faculty

Intermediary Liability in the United States

Chris Bavitz, Andy Sellars (with Adam Holland, Jeff Hermes, Ryan Budish, Michael Lambert, and Nick Decoster)


Student Privacy: The Next Frontier – Emerging & Future Privacy Issues in K-12 Learning Environments

Dalia Topelson Ritvo (with Paulina Haduong, Zoe Emma Wood, Sandra Cortesi, Leah Plunkett, and Urs Gasser)

Benefits of Regulating Hazardous Air Pollutants from Coal and Oil Fired Utilities in the United States

Shaun Goho, Wendy Jacobs (with Elsie M. Sunderland, Charles T. Driscoll, Jr., James K. Hammitt, Philippe Grandjean, John S. Evans, Joel D. Blum, Celia Y. Chen, David C. Evers, Daniel A. Jaffe, and Robert P. Mason)