The Criminal Justice Policy Program is a research and advocacy center based at HLS. CJPP is hiring current HLS students as research assistants to work on large research project related to criminal justice debt. The work will involve statutory research, secondary source review, and legal writing and editing. This is a great opportunity for students interested in policy work, the criminalization of poverty, and the process of achieving criminal justice reform. Work will be completed primarily in January with the option of continuing into the spring semester.