Skip to content

Each year, the Program on Negotiation welcomes a group of outstanding doctoral students as PON Graduate Research Fellows. Our Fellows spend a year at PON researching and writing about current topics in the fields of negotiation and mediation, with the goal of publishing their work after their time at PON. Fellows go on to successful […]

Join HPLA 2Ls and 3Ls to discuss how they found their 2L summer jobs in Plaintiffs’ Law. Some found jobs through EIP, some through V-PIIP, and others through other job searches. They’ll discuss their biggest takeaways, what they wish they’d done differently, and answer any of your questions! Please RSVP here to ensure we order enough lunch, and […]

Join the Harvard Law AI Student Association, the Cambridge Boston Alignment Initiative, and the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology for a lunchtime panel on AI and elections! Lunch will be provided. More than 65 jurisdictions around the world—including the United States—will be holding elections in 2024. At the same time, we have seen unprecedented […]

About the Initiative: This event, co-hosted with the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law and Policy, is part of an initiative for policymakers, business leaders, and academics in the Global South and around the world to meaningfully discuss how emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) are transforming governance. As the digital era continues to evolve, AI […]

Join the National Lawyers Guild, HLS Chapter, for the first of 3 days of events centering advocacy for safety and civil rights in police custody. In this virtual, afternoon session, we will hear from many “mother of the movement”–family members who have turned to activism for accountability after their loved ones died in custody. Among […]

The Medical Civil Rights Act (S. 1047/H. 1759), now pending before the Massachusetts Joint Judiciary Committee, seeks to establish a statutory right to emergency medical care during law enforcement interactions, both in the field and in carceral settings. Connecticut unanimously passed this act in 2023 but remains the only state to have established such a […]

The legalization of cannabis has raised significant questions for law and public policy. In her annual lecture, neuroscientist Dr. Yasmin Hurd explores the science of cannabis, CBD, and the future of substance use disorder treatment. Dr. Stephanie Tabashneck will moderate a discussion and audience Q&A about the implications for law and policy. Hosted by the Petrie-Flom Center

April 22, 2024 ◦ 1:30 pm – 2:45pm Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Building, B-400 (Land Lecture Hall) As the digital world is upgrading itself into the era of Artificial Intelligence (AI), how to govern new AI-driven technologies has been a red-hot policy issue for the governments around the world to consider. Just last month (March […]

The Program on Negotiation and Kelman Seminar on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution present a panel discussion including experts who will share current legal views on Nature as a natural resource at the service of humans and advances of the rights of nature in Colombia, Aotearoa New Zealand, Spain, and Australia, where rivers, lakes, and […]

In the leadup to the 2024 election and in the wake of international flashpoints that regularly make the intersection of religion and politics increasingly salient, this event will bring together academic and public-service practitioners to discuss religion’s perennially evolving role in the public domain. Our speakers include: Adam Philips, CSO at Interfaith America and former […]