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The Salzburg Global Seminar is an independent non-profit designed to create future leaders. It runs the Lloyd Cutler Fellows Program, which brings together 56 of the nation’s top law students for a two-day program with leading academics and practitioners in the fields of private and public international law. HLS will nominate up to 4 students for the 2019-2020 Salzburg Cutler Fellows class. Those chosen will participate in a two-day workshop in Washington DC on Feb. 21-22, 2020. At the workshop, students will have a chance to present a draft of their paper / paper concept and gain feedback from peers and academics. Students will also participate in sessions designed to enhance awareness about careers in international law. Harvard Law School will cover the cost of transportation and up to two nights of accommodation in Washington, D.C.

To apply to become a Salzburg Cutler Fellow, please submit the following information by 4:00pm on Friday, December 6: (1) cover letter explaining your background and interest in the Salzburg Cutler Program; (2) unofficial transcript; (3) resume / CV; and (4) a copy of the draft paper or a 5-8 page executive summary of the paper that you would like to present. Please note the name of your faculty supervisor for your project on the paper itself or in your cover letter. Projects should generally fit in one of these major areas:
i. humanitarian law, human rights, and use of force,
ii. international economic, investment and monetary law,
iii. international trade, anti-corruption and anti-trust,
iv. international institutions and international relations, and
v. rule of law and comparative constitutionalism.

Please submit the following to Marina Apostol ( via email in PDF format. For questions, please contact Marina Apostol. This program is open to applications from 2L and 3L students. Students with a strong desire to pursue a career in international law are particularly encouraged to apply. (There may be a later application stage for LL.Ms / SJDs, depending on JD interest.)