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Advising and Mentoring at HLS
Advising and Mentoring at HLS
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Explore the Advising and Mentorship siteAs a student at Harvard Law School, you have access to a variety of resources for navigating life as a law student, selecting courses and clinics, and achieving your career goals. Explore the new Advising and Mentorship site to find guidance from faculty and academic advisers, get advice and helpful perspectives from fellow students, and network with HLS alums before and after you graduate.Continue Reading about Advising and Mentorship
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Amicus: Online Directory and Advising PlatformExplore Amicus and Complete Your Profile Today!
Amicus is a searchable directory and advising tool. Using the latest matching technology, Amicus will help you find other students who share your experiences and interests. It is a terrific way to make connections and build community here at HLS.
The LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic offers students the opportunity to work directly on cutting-edge issues involving LGBTQ+ rights, with a particular emphasis on issues affecting underrepresented communities within the LGBTQ+ community. Clinic offerings include local and national projects covering the spectrum of LGBTQ+ issues. Students will have the opportunity to engage in a range of work […]
Appointments are Still Available with Wasserstein Fellow Ben Botts, Legal Director of the Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc.
Interested in impact litigation and migrant rights? Sign up for an appointment with Ben Botts, Legal Director of the Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc., from Jan. 29-31.
Ben engages in impact litigation, direct services and community education focused on removing the U.S.-Mexico border as a barrier to access to justice. His work has a specific focus on the rights of migrants who travel to the U.S. to work on H-2A agricultural and H-2B non-agricultural temporary work visas. Prior to working at Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Ben was a trial attorney with the Office of the Solicitor of the U.S. Department of Labor, where he handled appellate litigation in federal courts of appeals, legal advice, and regulatory matters. In 2012, he moved to the Regional Solicitor’s Office in San Francisco, where he focused on litigating wage and hour cases in low-wage industries, winning an order of more than $2.2 million in back pay and penalties for hundreds of farmworkers on H-2A visas. Visit “Our Services” to sign up for an appointment.
When: January 30, 2020 6:00 pm
Where: WCC Milstein East ABC
OPIA’s Public Interest Networking Reception is a great way to learn about summer internships and post-graduate fellowships. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Business casual attire suggested.
Advisors are available to help with whatever job search questions you may be facing. If you have special concerns about your summer job search, please make an appointment to discuss your search with OPIA.