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CAP Working Paper Lunch Series: Illegal Adoptions and the Right to Truth – Ireland’s Obligations Under International Human Rights Law and Transitional Justice
“Illegal Adoptions and the Right to Truth – Ireland’s Obligations Under International Human Rights Law and Transitional Justice,” a discussion with Tara Casey, Harvard Law School LL.M. Candidate.
This talk is part of the spring 2019 Child Advocacy Program (CAP) Working Paper Lunch Series featuring CAP Graduate Program Participants.
Lunch will be provided. If you would like to attend one or more of the Lunch Series talks, please RSVP here.More event details »
Please join the Harvard Mediation Program for a talk with Elissa Tonkin on the fuzzy line between mediation and facilitation. Elissa Tonkin, a senior attorney and experienced mediator and facilitator with the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Boston office, currently serves as Director of EPA’s leading Regional ADR Program, charged with promoting the Agency’s effective use of alternative dispute resolution to settle cases, promote constructive dialogue on environmental issues, and enhance environmental decision-making.More event details »
This panel will discuss community-driven, evidence-based public health strategies aimed at reducing overdose deaths in hard-to-reach populations in Massachusetts, including fishing families, veterans, and individuals who are incarcerated. The panel will also examine federal, state, and local obstacles that undermine the implementation and success of community-driven approaches to the crisis.More event details »
A Confederacy of Prodigies: On the Ascendancy of Reason and the Extinction of Conservatism in America
The Herbert W. Vaughan Academic Program – A lecture by Professor Yoram Hazony, President of The Herzl Institute and a panel discussion with Professors Mary Ann Glendon, Jack Goldsmith, and Cass Sunstein. Lunch will be served.More event details »
“The April 2019 Israeli Elections” Arbel Astrachan Legal Advisor to the KnessetMore event details »
The bail reform movement in the USA is in a state of flux, caught between discriminatory cash bail systems and the controversial risk assessment tools replacing it. Meanwhile European systems, which feature neither cash nor algorithms, are experimenting with other methods to reduce detention rates. This event brings together key criminal justice reformers from the USA and Europe to share strategies, challenges and successes in the movement for liberty pending trial.
Speakers: Sandra Mayson, Professor, University of Georgia School…More event details »
Jay Shooster is Of Counsel to the Richman Law Group. His work is focused on animal welfare litigation. Jay strives to combat all forms of discrimination as a part of a broad coalition of advocates working for food justice, workers’ rights, environmental protection, and animal rights.
This event is sponsored by the Harvard Animal Law Society, Food Law Society, Effective Altruism, and DOS Grant FundMore event details »
Join Advocates for Edcuation for a coffee chat with Dr. Lynette Tannis. More attention must be given to our nation’s incarcerated youth, the majority of whom will one day return to our communities. Exposing incarcerated youth to high-quality education programs can serve as critical keys to unlocking opportunities for themselves, their communities, and society. Come hear from Dr. Tannis on this critical subject matter at the intersection of education and juvenile justice. Dr. Tannis is an adjunct lecturer at the…More event details »
Parimal Garg HLS ’14 and Deputy Chief Counsel to New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will share reflections on how to navigate campaigns, transition, and finding a job in an administration.More event details »
Join the HLSBr for a Lunch Talk on Perspectives in Dispute Systems & ADRMore event details »
Join HLSBr for a lunch talk on Brazil’s Pension and Labor reformMore event details »
The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (OSAPR) is partnering with HLS to offer more tailored programming and resources for the HLS Community. We would like to invite all the 1L Students to discuss your experiences and needs as it relates to gender-based harassment and gender equity.
Lunch will be served.More event details »
Join the HLSBr for a coffee chat about U.S. sentencing policy with Jonathan Wroblewski . Pao de queijo, brigadeiro and coffee will be served. WCC 1029
Jonathan Wroblewski has been the Director of the Harvard Law School Semester in Washington Program since 2010. He is also the Director of the Office of Policy and Legislation in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.More event details »
Come hear Stewart Levine, Esq. speak about his hot-off-the-press book, published in 2018 by the ABA, including tips and tools for being “The Best Lawyer You Can Be.”
Lunch provided.More event details »
The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (OSAPR) is partnering with Harvard Law School to offer more tailored programming and resources for the HLS community. We would like to invite all 2/3 L’s to discuss your experiences and needs as it relates to gender-based harassment and gender equity.
Dinner will be provided.More event details »
The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (OSAPR) is partnering with Harvard Law School to offer more tailored programming and resources for the HLS community. We would like to invite you to discuss your experiences and needs as it relates to gender-based harassment and gender equity.
Dinner will be provided.More event details »
This coffee chat will provide an opportunity for more intimate discussion preceding the lunch talk “Benefit Corporation Legislation: Assessment of a US Legal Export” (https://hls.harvard.edu/event/benefit-corporation-legislation-assessment-of-a-u-s-legal-export/). Bill Clark will be joined by relevant academics and practitioners who have experience with the Benefit Corporation Legislation.
This event is by invite only. Please sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/qyOtuAHw4o1y2AEs1 and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.More event details »