This January, Professor Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. is looking to hire six Teaching Fellows to assist with the Winter Trial Advocacy Workshop, from January 2 – January 19, 2024. In addition, Prof. Sullivan is hiring three Teaching Fellows to support the Introduction to Trial Advocacy course for 1Ls, from January 2, through January 17, 2024.

Both courses run concurrently, and the main tasks are as follows:

Trial Advocacy Workshop (For 2Ls and 3Ls):
• Work with an assigned Team Leader to support large and small group sessions. Large group sessions are made up of 24 students and 8-12 guests (teaching faculty).
• Take attendance, oversee students’ video presentations and review, and support evening lectures and demonstrations sessions.
• Support on-campus and off-campus mock trial sessions.
• Attend faculty orientations and answer guests’ inquiries throughout the workshop.
• Assist Professor Sullivan and the Workshop Coordinator with additional tasks as they arise.

Eligibility/Other information
– The Trial Advocacy Workshop is a three-week intensive course culminating with simulated non-jury and jury trials on and off HLS’ campus. The course is taught from 2pm – 9pm.
– This opportunity is only open to current HLS students.
– The time commitment is 15-20 hours per week (for 3 weeks).
– The hourly wage is $21 per hour.

Introduction to Trial Advocacy (For 1Ls)
• Work with an assigned Team Leader to support large and small group sessions. Large group sessions are made up of 24 students and 2-5 guests (teaching faculty).
• Take attendance and schedule students’ presentations.
• Attend faculty orientations and answer guests’ inquiries throughout the workshop.
• Assist Professor Sullivan with additional tasks as they arise.

Eligibility/Other information
– Introduction to Trial Advocacy is taught from 9am – 12:30pm.
– This opportunity is only open to current HLS students, and the time commitment is 10-20 hours per week (for two and half weeks).
– The hourly wage is $21 per hour.

If you are interested in either position, please send your resume and class schedule to Kekely Dansouh (kdansouh@law.harvard.edu) with the subject line “Teaching Fellow for TAW” or “Teaching Fellow for ITA.”