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Wasserstein Fellows

Wasserstein Visiting Fellows Program: Outstanding public interest lawyers come to campus to advise students one-on-one.

Connecting with Other Students

OPIA’s “Who Worked Where” guides provide listings of public interest internships held by students for the past five summers, as well as the students’ contact information. Listings for the previous years are available in the OPIA office, WCC 4039.

OPIA’s blog: Read about several students’ summer public interest experiences.

Faculty with Public Interest Experience

Find a list of faculty who are available to speak with students about public interest work.

Guide to Public Interest Judges

Public Interest Judges. Students interested in pursuing a clerkship upon graduating, and are particularly interested in judges with a public interest focus, should reference this list of public interest judges. Many of these judges had public interest background themselves, expressed an interest in public service in previous communications to both OPIA and to OCS; and were named by HLS advisors or alumni as valuing public interest backgrounds of applicants.

Contacting Alumni

HLS Connect: An online database of alumni contacts with the Alumni Advising Network that puts students in touch with alumni willing to offer advice and networking assistance on public interest careers.

Heyman Fellows: Graduates working in federal government

Insider’s Guide to Fellowships: Contains an index of fellowship recipients.

OPIA’s blog: Features several alumni profiles.