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  • Harvard Environmental Law Review: Student Submissions due December 23, 2022

    Harvard Environmental Law Review is accepting student submissions for Volume 47(2), published in Spring 2023. We are accepting both original Student Notes (10,000-15,000 words) and Case Comments (5000-7000 words) in the field of environmental law. Proposals for both are due on December 23, 2022. Student Note proposals should describe the note topic and explain the

    November 22, 2022

  • TFs for Constitutional Law 3 with Prof. Stephanopoulos

    Prof. Stephanopoulos is looking for 2-3 TFs to help teach Constitutional Law 3 in the spring. The course meets Th, F 10:15am-12:15pm. TF responsibilities will include monitoring attendance and class discussion, holding supplemental office hours, assisting with research questions, and designing problems for the class. Applicants should send a CV, a law school transcript, and

    November 22, 2022

  • Teaching Fellow Needed for Mass Media Law (Spring 2023)

    Professor David McCraw, the lead newsroom lawyer for The New York Times, is looking for a Teaching Fellow to assist with his class, Mass Media Law, which covers legal issues relevant to journalism and press freedom. Applicants who have taken the class in a past semester are preferred. Send a letter summarizing your interest and

    November 18, 2022

  • Winter RA Positions with Professor Adriaan Lanni

    Professor Lanni is looking to hire a few law students to update the reading materials for her spring classes. She will hire a few students who have already taken her adjudication class to update those materials and a few students who have already taken the RJ/TJ seminar to update those materials. Depending on how many

    November 18, 2022

  • Open Seats in Spring 2023 Education Law Clinic – Add/Drop Deadline this Friday!

    There are currently open seats available in both the Education Law Clinic: Individual Representation and Education Law Clinic: Legislative and Administrative Lawyering. Both of these spring clinics have an early drop deadline of Friday, November 18th. If you are interested in enrolling in either clinic, please contact Maggie Bay (mbay@law.harvard.edu) – open seats will be

    November 16, 2022

  • Professor Stilt looking for Teaching Assistants for Property Law and Animal Law

    Professor Stilt is looking for Teaching Assistants for her two Spring 2023 classes, Property Law and Animal Law. Applicants for the Animal Law position should have taken Professor Stilt’s Animal Law course. Property Law applicants should have taken any of the HLS 1L Property Law classes. While there is a degree of standardization across 1L

    November 14, 2022

  • TFs Needed for Spring 2023 1L Criminal Law with Erin Kelly

    Professor Kelly is seeking teaching assistants for her Spring 1L Criminal Law class, which will meet TWTh from 1:30 to 2:50. TAs will be required to attend class. If interested, please contact her at ekelly@law.harvard.edu and include a CV and unofficial transcript.

    November 14, 2022

  • Teaching Fellow positions for the Lawyering for Justice JET course

    Professors Umunna, Gregory, and Giannini are seeking applicants for Teaching Fellow positions for the Lawyering for Justice in the United States course during the Winter 2023 term. Please send a short cover letter with CV to giannini@law.harvard.edu if you are interested. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

    November 14, 2022

  • Accepting applications for Law and Political Economy Student Fellows

    The Program on Law and Political Economy (LPE@HLS) is currently accepting applications for Spring 2023 Student Fellows. The LPE Student Fellowship is intended to foster research in the field of law and political economy. Fellows receive grant support of $2,500 per semester and are expected to make a significant commitment to writing a paper in

    November 14, 2022

  • Professor Shen Hiring RAs in Law, AI & Neuroscience

    HLS University Affiliated Professor Francis Shen (HMS/MGH) is hiring student research assistants for multiple research projects related to neuroscience, AI, law, and ethics. To apply, please send a resume and transcript to fshen@law.harvard.edu.

    November 14, 2022

  • Journal on Legislation: Call for student submissions

    The Harvard Journal on Legislation is the nation’s premier legal journal focused on the analysis of legislation and the legislative process. We are seeking original submissions of 10,000-15,000 words (including footnotes) from students for our Summer 2023 print edition. We welcome submissions from law as well as non-law students. We invite submissions on a wide

    November 14, 2022

  • Survey on Social Anxiety for HGSE Project

    Have you ever struggled with shyness, social anxiety, or introversion in the classroom? If so, we would love to hear from you! Two students in a Harvard Graduate School of Education class are working on a project that aims to amplify the voices that often go unheard in the classroom. If you are interested in

    November 14, 2022

  • Spring Break Immigration Services Pro Bono Trip – Application Due Monday, Nov 14

    Jewish Family Service works on asylum cases, deportation proceedings, and parole cases. They also provide legal information and help change of venue petitions as well as more basic forms for work permits.Student volunteers will have the opportunity to do legal research and work directly with clients at the local detention center, on the border, and

    November 10, 2022

  • Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Spring 2023 Independent Clinical

    An independent clinical opportunity is available in the Legal Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston for the Spring 2023 semester.  Depending on the needs of the Legal Department and the student’s interests, general responsibilities are likely to include research and analysis, preparation of legal memoranda, assistance with criminal and oversight investigations, and trial

    November 4, 2022

  • 11/15: Death Penalty Defense Work

    HLS Library presents Professor Carol Steiker in conversation with HLS graduates Join Professor Steiker and the Harvard Law School Library for a panel discussion with recent HLS graduates working in the area of death penalty defense. The event is Tuesday, November 15, 5-6 EST and will be held on zoom. The event is free, open to all,

    November 4, 2022

  • CHHIRJ x Mayer Brown Independent Clinical – Spring 2023

    The Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice (CHHIRJ) at Harvard Law School is working with Mayer Brown to offer legal externships associated with the firm’s Project Equity initiative that includes pro bono legal work focused on advancing racial and social justice in a variety of key areas of life, including voting, criminal justice,

    November 1, 2022

  • Climenko Fellow Monica Haymond is looking for research assistants

    Climenko Fellow Monica Haymond is looking for research assistants to work on various issues related to civil procedure and constitutional law. Monica’s current project is about how outsiders can intervene to participate in suits for universal remedies (like the nationwide injunction). RAs will conduct additional research on this topic, including tracking current high-profile challenges to

    November 1, 2022

  • Restorative and Transformative Justice Seminar (Spring 2023) accepting applications

    Professor Adriaan Lanni is accepting applications for enrollment in the Restorative and Transformative Justice Seminar (Spring 2023). This seminar will discuss the theory and practice of restorative and transformative justice. Some classes will involve discussions of readings; others will be experiential; and others will involve interacting with visiting restorative justice practitioners. If interested, please email

    November 1, 2022

  • The 2023-2024 International Legal Studies Post-Graduate Fellowships

    Applications are open for the 2023-2024 International Legal Studies Post-Graduate Fellowships (https://hls.harvard.edu/ils/opportunities-abroad/international-fellowships-and-grants/international-legal-studies-post-graduate-fellowships/). These fellowships are designed to improve participants’ understanding of international and/or transnational law by supporting graduating HLS students or recent J.D. or LL.M. graduates who will be clerking or interning at an international or foreign regional/supranational court or tribunal in 2023-2024. The Fellowships

    November 1, 2022