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HLS Academic Year 2020-2021

Announcements

Announcements

Winter Term Writing Opportunity: Covid-19 and the Law Series

October 29, 2020

Students interested in writing and editing blog posts about varied topics involving legal challenges and responses to Covid-19 should contact Martha Minow, minow@law.harvard.edu, and Emily Broad Leib, ebroad@law.harvard.edu, with a statement of interest by Nov. 9. Options for 2- and 3-credits are available.

For more information about the “Covid-19 and the Law” series and our blog, visit the site: https://covidseries.law.harvard.edu/

Orientation Meeting for Winter 2021 Trial Advocacy Workshop Students

October 29, 2020

A meeting has been scheduled for those enrolled in the Winter 2021 Trial Advocacy Workshop, on Friday, October 30, 2020, from 12:00-1:00p.m. via Zoom to discuss course expectations and requirements.

Beagle Fellowship at NRDC application extended until November 6th.

October 28, 2020

BEAGLE/HLS FELLOWSHIP AT NRDC
San Francisco, CA, Santa Monica, CA, New York, NY,
Chicago, IL, or Washington, DC
2021—2023
Application extended until November 6, 2020.

Public Law Workshop Spring 2021: Applications due on or before October 30, 2020

October 28, 2020

The deadline for applications for the Spring 2021 Public Law Workshop is fast approaching on Thursday, October 30, 2020.

The Public Law Workshop reads cutting-edge scholarship on the legal and political foundations of constitutional law, interpretive practice, and the administrative state. Every week, a different scholar joins the Workshop to present her or his working paper. The seminar is conducted in workshop format, in discussion with the presenter. Instructor permission is required for enrollment. (This seminar is not open to 1Ls.)

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Legal Training for Recording Artists Project Students

HBLR Fall 2020 Subcite

ITS Technology Orientation

“Some Good News” in the Legal Profession: An Early Evening with the Center on the Legal Profession

Freedom of Religion and Public Interest: A Look at Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Europe

EIP Update: What to Expect in January and What to Do This Fall

Civil Rights–Civil Liberties Law Review Student Writing Information Session

The International and Comparative Law Program of Study Fall Student Information Session 1

Public Reading of Scripture

Deals in a Time of Pandemic

COVID-19 and the Law: Elections

Hope, Faith, and Christian Character in the Post-2020 Context – Lessons from a Chinese-American Journey

Fighting the Big Fights: Litigating at the Supreme Court

The Equal Democracy Project Presents “Suppressed 2020: The Fight to Vote”

The International and Comparative Law Program of Study Fall Student Information Session II

Panel Discussion: Police Reform and Racial Justice

Women’s Leadership Series Panel

Justice Initiative Session 1

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ITS Technology Orientation

Breaking into Environmental Law: Wasserstein Fellow Kenta Tsuda, Staff Attorney at the Conservation Law Foundation

2L EIP Employer Chats: Sullivan & Cromwell, Washington, DC

Semester Abroad in Australia

To Brief or Not to Brief, and Other Questions: Outlining

Q&A with Harvard’s Counseling and Mental Health Services (CAMHS) staff

Public Reading of Scripture

COVID-19 and the Law: Education & Disinformation

Space Law 101

Current Issues in Women’s Rights Advocacy – A Conversation with Wasserstein Fellows Julie Murray & Dina Bakst

HIALSA Event: How International should International Arbitration be?

Health and Wealth with SFS and MAX

HLS LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic 2020-21 Practitioner Speaker Series

ABA Mental Health Day National Workshop

2L EIP Employer Chats: Perkins Coie, Washington, DC

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ALSA Hosts: Perspectives on the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict

ITS Technology Orientation

HBLR Hosts Kirkland & Ellis

Harvard International Office Open Hours with Peter O’Meara

Public Reading of Scripture

Community Lawyering: What is it and how do I do it? A conversation with Wasserstein Fellows Meena Jagannath & Donna Harati

Racial Equality? Lecture Series

MA Board of Bar Examiners & Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers Character & Fitness Q & A

HLEP Remote Career Week: Latham & Watkins

2L EIP Employer Chats: Morrison & Foerster, Boston

HLEP Remote Career Week: Cooley

2L EIP Employer Chats: Sullivan & Worcester, Boston

2L EIP Employer Chats: McDermott Will & Emery, Boston

Harvard Environmental Law Review Second Subcite

Harvard Environmental Law Review Second Subcite

HLEP Remote Career Week: Goodwin Procter

Fault Lines in the Constitution: The Graphic Novel

2L EIP Employer Chats: Paul Hastings, Chicago

To Brief or Not to Brief, and Other Questions: Structure Your Space and Time

HLEP Remote Career Week: Fenwick & West

Intersex Rights and Advocacy: A conversation with Wasserstein Fellow Alesdair Ittleson, Legal Director of interACT: Advocates for Intersex Youth

Public Reading of Scripture

COVID-19 and the Law: Law and Policy to Address Basic Needs and Marginalized Populations

2L EIP Employer Chats: Mayer Brown, Chicago

Virtual Pro Bono Recruitment Fair & Open House

Election Protection Volunteer Training

HLEP Remote Career Week: Foley Hoag

Constitutional Democracy and the Role of High Courts in Times of Crisis: The Case of Mexico

2L EIP Employer Chats: Pillsbury, New York

2L EIP Employer Chats: Kasowitz Benson Torres, New York (Litigation only firm)

Weekly Game Night: Among Us

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OPIA’s Virtual Student-to-Student Job Fair

HBLR Lunch Talk: A Deep Dive into M&A and Private Equity

2L EIP Employer Chats: Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, Texas

Harvard International Office Open Hours with Peter O’Meara

Working at a Private Public Interest Law Firm

“Success in Big Law” with Proskauer Los Angeles

Public Reading of Scripture

COVID-19 and the Law: Law and Policy to Address Basic Needs and Marginalized Populations

OPIA Group Advising Session: State and Local Government

OPIA Group Advising Session: Civil Rights

Video Game Talk – Raji: An Ancient Epic

ACS Halloween Social: Fight Election Scaries!

HLS LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic 2020-21 Practitioner Speaker Series

2L EIP Employer Chats: Hunton Andrews Kurth, Texas

2L EIP Employer Chats: Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, Texas

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HLS Student Spotlights

Research, writing, and advocating for change

October 28, 2020
Research, writing, and advocating for change

Despite the pandemic, the 2020 Chayes International Public Service Fellows pursued projects around the world.

On the Front Lines of History

October 20, 2020
On the Front Lines of History

A few years ago as a financial analyst, Catherine Grace Katz ’22 found she sometimes needed a break from modeling Excel spreadsheets, so she’d take a few minutes to wander down to Chartwell Booksellers, a store specializing in books by and about Winston Churchill, located in the lobby of her midtown Manhattan office building.

Bridging the gap between computer screens

October 14, 2020
Bridging the gap between computer screens

New student podcast and project seed connections in remote world.

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