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The LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic offers students the opportunity to work directly on cutting-edge issues involving LGBTQ+ rights, with a particular emphasis on issues affecting underrepresented communities within the LGBTQ+ community. Clinic offerings include local and national projects covering the spectrum of LGBTQ+ issues. Students will have the opportunity to engage in a range of work encompassing various strategies for advancing LGBTQ+ rights, including impact litigation and amicus work, policy and legislative advocacy, and direct legal services for LGBTQ+ clients.

Enrollment in the clinic is by application only (applications are due to the Clinic Director, Alexander Chen (achen@law.harvard.edu)). Students should include a resume and short statement of interest (250 words or less) in their application. Applications are due by January 17, 2020. Once accepted, students will work with the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs to finalize their registrations.