Election Law Clinic Application Deadline TOMORROW, July 15

The Election Law Clinic at Harvard Law School is seeking motivated and passionate 2L/3L students to do hands on litigation and advocacy work across a range of election law areas, with an initial focus on redistricting and vote suppression cases. Clinic offerings include federal and state litigation projects as well as some advocacy opportunities. Clinic students will work on every aspect of litigation. Election Law cases rely heavily on political scientists as experts, so students will have broad exposure to emerging theories and methods in political science and how to communicate them to a legal audience. Students will also engage in one-off amicus brief work for cases of national importance.

Applications for the Election Law Clinic and required course component are due no later than July 15, 2022. Submit a resume and short statement of interest (250 words) about why you’d like to take this clinic and which semester (fall or spring) you are applying for. Applications should be submitted online using this link: