This conference regards money as a public project. It brings scholars, journalists, and policymakers into conversation about how to realize its democratic possibilities, past and present. Topics that will be covered include economic development, financialization and inequality, assault gun sales, postal banking, a federal job guarantee, and monetary politics.
The conference is geared toward scholars and students, at both graduate and undergraduate levels. No background in economics or finance is required.
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Drop-In Counseling – Feeling anxious, but, don’t know if you need therapy? Have a problem that is circling in your mind and it might feel good to talk with someone about it? Drop In counseling, for a 30 minute session, in the Pound Hall Clinic, for HLS students, is available on Fridays and there’s no cost to you. Urgent Care is still at Smith Center 24/7 (Third Floor) and is appropriate for urgent matters. Drop-In Counseling is a great way…More event details »
an international conference on Progressive Halakhah featuring speakers from across the Jewish legal landscapeMore event details »
The NY Job Fair is coming soon on January 26, 2019. Join Marjorie Lichtenberger for this last Q&A session before the fair. Some practical tips and information will be dispensed, but please come with all remaining questions as the majority of the session will be a Q&A. Lunch will be provided by OCS to wish you luck in NY!
If you or an event participant requires disability-related accommodations, please contact HLS Accessibility Services in the Dean of Students Office at…More event details »
Join Project No One Leaves and City Life / Vida Urbana for a discussion focusing on the challenges facing Boston and its vulnerable residents. Non-pizza lunch provided.More event details »
The Law and International Development Society (LIDS), together with the Public International Law & Policy Group (PILPG) in Washington, D.C., is hosting a hands-on peace negotiation simulation regarding the conflict in Syria. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP.More event details »
Interested in pursuing international summer work, and unable to make an OPIA appointment until later in the semester? Bring your lunch and join some of the OPIA advisors to and have your more general questions answered.More event details »
Prof. Hal Scott will provide info on and answer questions about Capital Markets Regulation course he’ll co-teach with HKS Prof. Robert Glauber in Spring, encouraging cross-registrationMore event details »
Join Judge Thomas Griffith of the DC Circuit and the Harvard Federalist Society for a discussion on “Civic Charity and the Constitution.” Chick-Fil-A will be served.More event details »
Join us for a discussion with Wasserstein Fellows Deepak Gupta and Kalpana Kotagal on pursuing justice at private public interest law firms.More event details »
Join Judge Jeffrey Sutton of the 6th Circuit and Professor Larry Tribe for a conservation on the role of state constitutions in protecting individual rights, hosted by the Federalist Society. Oasis Wraps will be served.More event details »
Don’t miss your chance to become a better mediator – register today for PON’s semester length seminar to raise awareness of your own approach to conflict, learn a range of theories about mediation and participatory processes, and improve your conflict management skills.
Mondays, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., beginning January 28nd
For more information & to register online visit the Program on Negotiation’s websiteMore event details »
OCS presents this talk from Milana Hogan, chief legal talent officer at Sullivan & Cromwell, and Charlotte Wager, chief talent officer at Jenner & Block.
Ms. Hogan and Ms. Wager will discuss the growing body of research that seeks to understand what highly successful lawyers have in common and will focus on two traits in particular—grit and a growth mindset—that have been shown to predict long-term success in today’s complex and evolving law firms as well as in government, non-profit…More event details »
OPIA’s Public Interest Networking Reception is an opportunity to connect with attorneys from a wide range of public interest organizations, including federal and state government, legal services, public defenders, prosecutors, public interest law firms, and non-profit advocacy organizations.More event details »
Come learn from and network with one of our highly esteemed and deeply knowledgeable Wasserstein public interest mentors, Lillian Langford, Head of Rule of Law, OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina.More event details »
WLA will host a dinner for HLS female faculty members and WLA members.More event details »
This program is essential if you plan to participate in the Early Interview Program (EIP) this August. Delicious heavy hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be provided.More event details »
Please join the LLM Class of 2019 for the International Party! There will be a variety of international food, drinks*, and cultural performances. Entry is free and open to all members of the HLS community.
*You must be 21 to drink alcohol; photo ID required.More event details »