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International champions

After advancing to the international rounds, an HLS team emerges as champions of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.

Exploring legal frameworks abroad

During Winter Term, the 2022 Cravath International Fellows undertook projects with an international focus.

Expanding their horizons

Working remotely, the 2021 Chayes International Public Service Fellows gain global experience.

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Fighting illicit finance in Japan

Michael Chang-Frieden ’23 contributes to a global report on Japan’s ability to fight money laundering, terrorist financing, and nuclear proliferation financing.

An activist at home in the world

With roots in Algeria, Ikram Ais LL.M. '21 works for change — in her home country and beyond.

Examining international, comparative and foreign law

The 2021 Cravath International Fellows pursued independent clinical or research/writing projects during Winter Term.

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The growing individualization of U.S. foreign and security policy

S.J.D. candidate Elena Chachko’s scholarship is informed by her work as a former Israeli intelligence analysis officer and diplomat.

A victory for asylum seekers

HLS students in the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program help prevent more stringent federal immigration rule from going into effect.

Research, writing, and advocating for change

Despite the pandemic, the 2020 Chayes International Public Service Fellows pursued projects with organizations based in 12 countries.