On Thursday, January 15th, the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs (OCP) held an orientation session to provide students with an overview of the various clinical placements, student practice organizations, and pro bono opportunities at Harvard Law School. Christopher Bavitz, Clinical Professor of Law at the Cyberlaw Clinic, Esme Caramello, Clinical Professor of Law at the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, and Lisa Dealy, Assistant Dean of the Clinical and Pro Bono Programs spoke about the benefits of doing a clinic. Over 250 students participated and asked questions.
In the upcoming Spring semester, OCP will relaunch ClincTalks a series of information sessions designed to help students learn more about each clinic and discover their legal interests.
OCP welcomes all students to stop by our office in WCC 3085 to ask questions and seek advice from our team of lawyers and educators.
Contact Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs