COVID Info Series

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COVID info series

The following messages are a series of five messages that are intended to help clarify the processes surrounding COVID-related test results and what you can expect. New posts will be added over the coming days.

Responding to test results

This message addresses what happens if you get a positive COVID test result through the University’s Color system.

Feeling ill

This message addresses what to do if you are feeling ill and includes information about logging into Crimson Clear, requesting audio recordings of your classes, and staying off campus unless you’ve been directed by HUHS to come to campus for a COVID test.

Close contacts

This message addresses what happens if you are identified as a close contact, when you have to quarantine, and notifications if those around you test positive for COVID-19.

Staying healthy

This message contains suggestions on how to keep you and the HLS community healthy, including testing, wearing a mask, washing hands, eating and drinking safely, and planning smart events.

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Wasserstein Fellows Program

Each year, OPIA welcomes a cohort of practicing public interest attorneys to HLS as part of the Wasserstein Fellows Program. Wasserstein Fellows advise students one-on-one about their field and work experience.

Meet this year’s Fellows, and take advantage of this unique mentorship and networking opportunity!

Democracy Speaker Series

Democracy Speaker Series

The Future of the Voting Rights Act

Monday, October 25
12:45 – 1:45 PM

The questions of race, representation, and political participation raised by the VRA are as pressing as ever. But the future of the VRA is as uncertain as it has ever been. Professor Guy-Uriel Charles moderates a discussion with Samuel Spital of NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Jessie Amunson of Jenner & Block, and others.

Learn more and register

HLS Library Haunted Halloween Tours

HLS Library Haunted Halloween Tours

Creepy Collections and Haunted Halls: It’s Halloween at the HLS Library! Join us for our annual celebration of all things spooky. Learn about Harvard’s haunted history, and explore ghoulish and ghastly items from Historical & Special Collections.

Tours will take place Oct. 28, 29, and Nov. 1, and begin in the library lobby. Sign up with your Harvard email to reserve your spot before they all disappear.

Announcements

Announcements

Criminal Justice Appellate Clinic Application Deadline: October 23

October 12, 2021

The Criminal Justice Appellate Clinic’s application deadline is Saturday, October 23, 2021.

Students interested in this clinic should submit a resume, an unedited writing sample, and a statement of interest (less than 300 words) that includes: (i) the student’s reason for applying to the clinic, including particular criminal justice issues the student is interested in, […]

Volunteer with Lawyers for Civil Rights to help families stay in their homes – Training 10/18

October 8, 2021

Lawyers for Civil Rights has launched a pro bono initiative to connect Greater Boston residents who need help paying rent or other housing expenses with volunteers who can help complete an application for RAFT (Residential Assistance for Families in Transition).

Volunteers can help families at risk of losing their housing during the unfolding public […]

Jobs to Move America Pro Bono Opportunity

Jobs to Move America Pro Bono Opportunity

October 8, 2021

Jobs to Move America is a strategic policy center that works to transform public spending and corporate behavior using a comprehensive approach that is rooted in racial and economic justice and community organizing.  It combines strategic research, policy advocacy, and coalition organizing to harness the power of our public dollars to create good jobs and […]

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HLS Parody Writers Room Info Session

Virtual Lunch Conversation with Rosanna Marie Neil (HLS ’09) of the North American Marine Alliance

HLS Library Book Talk: Accessible Technology and the Developing World

CAP Writing Program Information Session

[HIALSA Workshop #1] Considering Enforcement First: Arbitrating Against Impecunious Parties

HLSBFI Blockchain 101 with Kristin Smith

Public Reading of Scripture

The Future of Conservatism [Federalist Society]

Negotiating Persuasively in a Volatile Climate

Drop-In F-1/J-1 Visa Travel Signature Hour with the HIO

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HLS Library Book Talk: Power to the People

The Promise and Stakeholder Capitalism: Real or Illusory? – A Debate Between Professors Lucian Bebchuk and Alex Edmans

Afghan Women Human Rights Defenders Demand Justice and Accountability

Harvard International Office (HIO) Open Hours with Peter O’Meara

Introducing POPLAR: The Future of Psychedelics Law and Regulation

Blockchain and Antitrust talk with Thibault Schrepel

Dispute Resolution in China: Litigation, Arbitration, Mediation and their Interactions (2021)

Disruptions of Dignity: COVID-19 and the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Latin America

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HLS Parody Creative Team Info Session

Public Reading of Scripture

Book Talk: The Seven Sins of Memory Updated Edition: How the Mind Forgets and Remembers

Yoga with the Center for Wellness

Our Brains at War?

HLS Library Book Talk: Say It Loud!

Women in M&A Panel – Presented by the ABA

Yoga with the Center for Wellness

Refugees and the Law in the Covid-19 Era

Mindfulness: Managing Stress

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HBLR Panel: A Deep Dive into M&A and Private Equity

Engaging with Faculty

1L Resume and Cover Letter Tutorial

HBLR Lunch Talk: Kirkland & Ellis M&A Cloudera Case Study

Zoom Event with YLS Professor Oona Hathaway

IRB Office Hours for HLS

Book Talk: The Genome Defense: Inside the Epic Legal Battle to Determine Who Owns Your DNA

Harvard International Office (HIO) Open Hours with Peter O’Meara

HLS Library Talk: The American Journal of Law and Equality

HLSBFI: Blockchain and Universal Basic Income with Mayor Jayson Stewart

Mass SJC and Appeals Court Clerkships & the Diversity Pipeline

OCS 1L Resume and Cover Letter Workshop

Alex Whiting and the Kosovo Court

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Future of the Voting Rights Act: Live Zoom Webinar

HBLR Lunch Talk: Banking and Finance Law

COVID-19, Science, and the Media: Lessons Learned Reporting on the Pandemic

Applying to Law Firm 1L Diversity Positions

HBLR Lunch Talk: M&A with Davis Polk

OCS 1L Resume and Cover Letter Workshop

Public Reading of Scripture

Practice Area Insights: Corporate Restructuring Panel Presented by HBLR

HLS Library Haunted Halloween Tours

Conversation on Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes with Marcel Pratt

HLS Library Haunted Halloween Tours

OCS 1L Resume and Cover Letter Workshop

HLS Library Haunted Halloween Tours

HLS Library Haunted Halloween Tours

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HLS Library Haunted Halloween Tours

Book Launch: Consumer Genetic Technologies: Ethical and Legal Considerations

Harvard International Office (HIO) Open Hours with Peter O’Meara

Public Reading of Scripture

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