Professor Molly Brady is looking for research assistants to work with her on drafting, editing, and research relating to the Restatement (Fourth) of Property. The sections she is working on this summer relate to real estate transactions and transfer, so interest in that area is a prerequisite. If interested, please contact Professor Brady’s assistant, Ashley Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org), attaching a CV and including a date you’d be available to start. Hours and schedule can be very flexible.
The Harvard Law School Coop is open for in store visits on Monday, Friday and Saturdays from 11 am -5 pm for the spring and by appointment on Tues-Thurs from 11 am -5pm. It is requested that students make appointments on all 6 days to bring back their Spring rental books in order to control […]
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Up to $46,000 combination award of law school scholarship and post-graduation debt repayment. Awarded to 1L Black or Latino students in exchange for practicing law in Will County, Illinois after graduation (directly south of Chicago). Apply: https://www.helptostudy.com/will-county-legal-opportunity-law-scholarship-for-undergraduates/?ref=an
The Petrie-Flom Center Student Fellowship Program is designed to mentor students seeking to become thought leaders in health law policy and bioethics. The fellowship supports closely-mentored student research in health law policy, biotechnology, and bioethics and trains students to take advantage of online publishing to promote their scholarship. Students Fellows will receive mentoring for their projects from Harvard Law affiliated faculty, invitations to workshops their research with like-minded, passionate peers, and training in how to promote their online brand.
There will be an information meeting on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 and May 19, 2021 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. via Zoom for all students who are planning to register for the Fall 2021 Trial Advocacy Workshop. All students interested in learning about this course or possibly enrolling in the future are welcome to attend. At the meeting, Professor Dehlia Umunna will discuss what you need to do to be prepared for Fall TAW. To obtain the zoom link for this meeting or if you have any questions, please contact Kekely Dansouh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are pleased to announce that the Harvard Law School Coop is now able to offer contactless curbside pick-up for Harvard Law School Apparel and Gifts. Interested students should email email@example.com to proceed. Thank you for your patience and understanding! -Harvard Law School Coop Staff
The HLS Student Leader Toolkit is a great list of resources and tools to help develop strong leadership skills. The Harvard Law School Library has also compiled a comprehensive Libguide with additional tools for leadership development.
Students at Harvard Law School produce scholarly journals devoted to specific substantive areas of the law and to various approaches to examining legal developments. These student-edited publications offer invaluable practical experience in legal writing, editing, and scholarship. Learn more about each of our journals and publications.
The Harvard Law School Student Journals Office handles subscriptions for ten student-edited law journals. To subscribe to any of the journals listed listed below please contact the HLS Student Journals Office.
HLS's Student Organizations are an essential component of a successful legal education. Harvard Law School student organizations provide valuable educational and social opportunities for students and give them the opportunity to form connections around common academic, cultural, political, and social interests.
The HLS Journals site is the home of more than a dozen student-edited journals at Harvard Law School. Powered by WordPress, the HLS Journals site keeps the conversation going by letting anyone around the world take part in the legal conversations sparked by student-edited journals.
The diverse student body at Harvard Law School is drawn from across the nation and around the world. With a dedication to excellence and lifelong learning, the HLS community cultivates inclusion and equity in an environment of trust and mutual respect. It is the commitment of the Law School to respect the rights, dignity, and differences of others, and to pursue honesty and integrity in engaging with all members of the community. This office, along with many others across the HLS campus, supports activities throughout the year that promote, examine, and celebrate diversity. Students are encouraged to visit our office to discuss ways that we can be of assistance.
A panel discussion with Emma Scott from the Food Law and Policy Clinic, Lisa Dicker from the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program, and Alex Chen from LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic, moderated by Tyler Giannini from the International Human Rights Clinic. Register here. Event hosted by the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs as a […]