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Student Work

The Religious Freedom Clinic provides students a hands-on, supervised experience representing a diverse group of clients in legal matters arising from a wide range of beliefs, practices, and circumstances. As a pro bono program dedicated to building bridges in service to those in need, the clinic focuses on representing members of minority faiths, the vulnerable, and those who serve or support them in our pluralistic society. This includes helping the imprisoned, victims of workplace discrimination, and those facing obstacles in ministering to migrants, the poor, and their communities.

How to Apply

How to Apply

The Religious Freedom Clinic is offered in the Fall semester. Interested students should submit an application to clinical@law.harvard.edu by the deadline.  The application should include the following documents, combined into a single PDF: resume (with expected graduation date), transcript (unofficial), and a statement of interest of no more than one page that outlines the student’s reasons for applying to the clinic.

Application Deadline:
August 28, 2020

 

Contact

Contact

Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs
clinical@law.harvard.edu

Jim Sonne
Visiting Professor of Law
jsonne@law.harvard.edu