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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 lists provide listings of students who have participated in public interest internships and other public interest experience with their contact information.

HLS Amicus, a new community building tool. Featuring directories with advanced search and messaging capabilities, HLS Amicus enables you to forge new relationships across shared interests and deepen your community.

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

Faculty with Public Interest Experience

Use the Faculty Directory to find a faculty who have public interest experience.

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.

Learn more about the judicial clerkship application process and make an appointment with an OCS clerkship advisor.

If you have questions about how a clerkship fits into your public interest career, make an appointment with an OPIA advisor.

Contacting Alumni

HLS Amicus connects student and alumni communities through one-to-one advising and group mentoring.

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.