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Center on the Legal Profession Student Fellowship Call for Applications

The Center on the Legal Profession Student Fellowship Program is a one-year program designed for Harvard Law School students interested in learning more about the structures, norms, and dynamics of the global legal profession. The CLP Student Fellowship Program includes three main components: (1) producing an independent, empirical research paper project on the legal profession with the goal of publication in a scholarly journal and/or the Center’s digital magazine, The Practice; (2) creating “short form” thought leadership pieces for the Center’s various publications on a range of topics; and (3) acting as an active member of our vibrant intellectual community, including mentorship and privileged access to Center workshops, conferences, and other events. For the 2022-2023 academic year, you will also be invited to take part in the conference, “Reimagining the Role of Business in the Public Square: Multistakeholder Engagement on ESG Commitments, Metrics, and Accountability.”

Learn more about the fellowship opportunity and how to apply here:

Applications accepted on a rolling basis. Only open to Harvard students.