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Get your entry-level job search questions about getting started, how to decide what jobs to pursue, what employers are looking for, and how to find job opportunities answered by the knowledgeable OPIA advisors.More event details »
Get an insider’s perspective on working at the DOJ Antirust Division from Matthew Hammond, 2018-19 HLS Kramer Fellow and attorney at the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.More event details »
Explore the possibilities of gaining two years of support at the job of your dreams with an innovative project at a U.S.-based organization by meeting alumna and director Pat Reilly from the Equal Justice Works Foundation.More event details »
Join Fellowships Director Judy Murciano for an overview of fellowships, grants, and scholarships that will support public interest work, study, research, and entrepreneurship in the U.S. and abroad.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 »
Digital innovation is transforming health care, and the amount of digital health care data being generated will likely have increasing research utility over time. Despite the seemingly logical and inevitable application of health care data from deceased persons for research and health care both now and in the future, the issue of how best to manage posthumous medical records is currently unclear, including elements of resource governance, issues of law, and infrastructural challenges.
This presentation explores current issues surrounding how…More event details »
Join OPIA staff, students, and alumni for tips on how to develop a fellowship proposal from cover letter to interview.More event details »
A series of highly interactive roundtables held at LSC as faculty, graduates, current students, and current and former staff of the WilmerHale Legal Services Center come together to commemorate 40 years training more than 4,000 attorneys and law students and providing high quality, pro bono civil legal services to thousands of Greater Boston’s most vulnerable residents.
Faculty/Alumni Roundtables will focus on: #Spark: The Influence of the Bellow-Charn Model on Legal Education #Uplift: Using the Law to Create Economic…More event details »
Harvard Medical School Annual Bioethics Conference 2019: Controlling Death: The Policies, Practices, and Ethics of Choosing When We Die
The 2019 Annual Bioethics Conference will explore ethical, legal, and clinical aspects of evolving practices of euthanasia and physician-assisted death. How ought we to think about the choices of determining the time and manner of death for our loved ones, our patients, and ourselves? How should the health and legal professions respond to these rapidly evolving practices and choices?More event details »
Join us for a panel discussion about the future of MRT policy in the U.S., during which speakers will review the latest technological developments, the regulatory barriers, and the ethical challenges affecting the clinical application of MRT. This event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited and registration is required. Register now!More event details »
Learn about this exciting and prestigious two-year post graduate/post clerkship fellowship to a non-profit organization from the Director of the Skadden Foundation, Susan Butler Plum. Attendance is required if you plan on applying for the Skadden Fellowship in 2019.More event details »
OPIA staff will discuss factors to consider when choosing a 2L summer job.More event details »
Join thought leaders who will identify key challenges and share their vision for a future where new payment models align with improved advanced illness care. This event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited and registration is required. Register now!More event details »
2019 Petrie-Flom Center Annual Conference: Consuming Genetics: Ethical and Legal Considerations of New Technologies
The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School is pleased to announce plans for our 2019 annual conference: “Consuming Genetics: The Ethical and Legal Considerations of Consumer Genetic Technologies.” This year’s conference is organized in collaboration with Nita A. Farahany, Duke Law School, and Henry T. Greely, Stanford Law School.
Breakthroughs in genetics have often raised complex ethical and legal questions, which loom ever larger as genetic testing is becoming more commonplace, affordable, and…More event details »