Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising (OPIA)

Now accepting 2017-2018 Wasserstein Fellow applications and nominations. Apply or nominate an outstanding public interest lawyer by April 14, 2017.

OPIA Blog

The Entry-level Job Search E-advising Series: Common Job Search Mistakes

March 23, 2017

Many Harvard Law School graduates begin their public service careers through fellowships offered by Harvard University and hundreds of other organizations. Fellowships represent a critical component of a successful post-graduate public interest job search; of the over 70 3Ls from the class of 2014 entering public service directly after graduation, the vast majority are entering via a fellowship or post-graduate honors program.

Law Professors Take On The Trump Administration

Top-notch law professors have launched a website to monitor the legality of President Trump’s policies.

Above the Law

Walk-Ins with William Shultz, prior General Counsel at the Department of Health and Human Services

March 17, 2017

Come in for Walk-Ins with William Shultz, prior HHS General Counsel, to discuss Health Care Law and what the future of healthcare lawyering may look like in the current political climate.

Meet One-On-One with Chiraag Bains, Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division Senior Official

March 17, 2017

Wednesday, March 22 OPIA Suite 4039

Sign-up for one-on-one advising appointments with Chiraag Bains, Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division Senior Official to discuss roles in civil rights, criminal justice, and government, and what the future of non-profit and government lawyering may look like in the current political climate. If spots are full, feel free to sign up on […]