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Eric Gitari LL.M. ’18

After a landmark victory for gay rights in Kenya, the lawyer and LGBTIQ activist will continue to work for legal reform in Africa.

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Michael Jung ’18

In his time at HLS, Jung — a Chayes Fellow in 2016 and 2017 — has completed extensive coursework and clinical training to shape a future career in child advocacy.

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“After a decade of tireless fighting, a measure of justice”

An HLS litigation team — including clinical faculty, students and alumni — helps hold two of the most powerful men in Bolivian history responsible for extrajudicial killings.

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LL.M.s celebrate at the annual International Party

The LL.M. Class of 2018 shares the food, culture and spirit of their homelands with the HLS community.

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Cravath Fellows pursue law projects around the world

During Winter Term 2018, ten Cravath International Fellows traveled to nine countries to do clinical work and research.

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Chayes Fellows pursue service through international projects

In summer 2017, 19 students traveled to 16 countries through the Chayes International Public Service Fellowship.

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Konstantin Tretyakov S.J.D. '17

As a Russian student who has also studied Chinese law, Tretyakov brings a unique perspective to his dissertation topic, the “right to die” and how it is handled in different countries.

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Gloria Scott LL.M. ’17

She has served as chief justice of Liberia’s Supreme Court, a practicing lawyer, a senator, and the chair of her country’s Constitutional Review Committee. But during her LL.M. year at HLS, Scott was eager to learn.

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'When we're needed, we'll show up'

They don’t all want to be immigration lawyers, but in 2017, hundreds of Harvard Law School students have made immigrant rights their business.

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Exploring law abroad

During winter term 2017, 11 Cravath International Fellows traveled to 11 countries to pursue clinical placements or independent research with an international, transnational, or comparative law focus.

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From Cambridge to Kurdistan

Three HLS students have explored the successes and challenges facing religious and ethnic minorities in Iraqi Kurdistan on behalf of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom.

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Going global

In 2016, 19 HLS students traveled to 13 countries through the Chayes International Public Service Fellowship Program, working within the governments of developing nations, or with the inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations that support them.

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