Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising (OPIA)
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.
Top-notch law professors have launched a website to monitor the legality of President Trump’s policies.
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.
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 […]