Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising (OPIA)
Meet one-on-one with Visiting Advisor Lana Pettus, Assistant Section Chief for the Environmental Crimes Section in the DOJ
Meet one-on-one with Visiting Advisor Lana Pettus, Assistant Section Chief for the Environmental Crimes Section in the Department of Justice. Ms. Pettus will be advising in OPIA’s office on Thursday, March 22, between 1:30-3:30 pm.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018, 12 – 1 pm, Wasserstein Hall 3018, Harvard Law School br> br>
Explore the possibilities of gaining two years of support at the job of your dreams with an innovative project at a US-based organization by meeting alumna and director Pat Reilly from the Equal Justice Works Foundation. Ms. Reilly, along with EJW Fellows, will give an insider’s view on the fellowship selection process. Ms. Reilly will be available for walk-ins after the event 1-3 pm in the OPIA suite. br>
Attendance is required if you plan to apply for the next upcoming fellowship cycle. Non-pizza lunch will be provided.
Through these examples, we highlight the paths of a number of alums who have taken varied career routes to show that there is no “right” path to a fulfilling career — and that you should do it your way. Visit the exhibit on the first and second floors of Wasserstein Hall on display March 20-31!
You’re Invited to Attend and Volunteer at Changing the Conversation to Change Criminal Justice: Activism and Lawyering
In this full-day event, we will explore the ways that the athlete activists can join forces with lawyers, experts, and grassroots organizers to highlight the nation’s deepest injustices in the criminal justice system, and promote and push forward meaningful solutions. Topics will include the school-to-prison pipeline, drug reform, the bail system, reentry, policing, and what it means to be a progressive prosecutor. Learn more about the event.