HLS Rappaport Forum

HLS Rappaport Forum

On December 1, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The question presented will require the Court to determine whether to reaffirm or overrule, in whole or in part, its decisions in Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which recognize a constitutional right to previability abortion. This Fall’s HLS Rappaport Forum will explore this vital question.

Join us December 2nd at 12:30pm.

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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!

Announcements

Announcements

Spring 2022 Clinical Opportunities: Clinics with Open Seats (November 23, 2021)

November 23, 2021

Spring 2022 clinical opportunities are still available!  Interested students can enroll in the below clinics through Helios on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Please contact Olivia Klein (oklein@law.harvard.edu) if you run into issues signing up or have any questions about these clinics.  We will continue to update the list of clinics with open seats as […]

Bidding deadline is approaching for the MLSC Government and Public Interest Interview Program!

Bidding deadline is approaching for the MLSC Government and Public Interest Interview Program!

November 20, 2021

Bidding for the Winter Massachusetts Law School Consortium (MLSC) Government and Public Interest Interview Program closes on Wednesday, December 1, at noon EST.  Students can review our  MLSC program site for more information. Please note that you all students (including 1Ls) can submit bids at any point throughout the bidding process. 1Ls DO NOT have to wait until December 1st to submit their bids.

Textbook Sell-Back and Rental Return

November 19, 2021

Information on the textbook sell-back window and tips for successful textbook rental returns.

Spring 2022 Pre-Approved Independent Clinical Opportunities

November 19, 2021

The Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs is offering several pre-approved independent clinical opportunities for the Spring 2022 semester. The full list of available placements can be found here. Please reach out to our Director of Externships, Liz Solar (esolar@law.harvard.edu), with any questions.

Resumes for the Massachusetts Attorney General: Data Privacy […]

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HLS Library Haunted Halloween Tours

Book Launch: Consumer Genetic Technologies: Ethical and Legal Considerations

Race, Political Power, and American Democracy: Rethinking Voting Rights Law and Policy for a Divided Nation

Alexandra Brodsky Book Talk: Sexual Justice

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

Public Reading of Scripture

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

Fighting Fraud and Fiduciary Breaches: Holding Corporate Executives Accountable Through Shareholder Litigation (food provided!)

Alternative Dispute Resolution Career Night

Crisis Lawyering: Legal Practice in the New Normal

WLA 2021 Fall Conference–Surpassing Stereotypes

WLA Fall Conference: Women in Academia and Practice

WLA 2021 Fall Conference–Surpassing Stereotypes

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HLS Library Book Talk: Saving the News

Abusing Public Health Powers at the Border: Litigating “Title 42” Deportations Before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

Ridesharing for All: The Struggle for Disability Accommodations at Lyft (Food provided!)

Islamic Law Speaker Series: Katharina Ivanyi, “Virtue, Piety and the Law: A Study of Birgivī Meḥmed Efendī’s (d. 981/1573) al-Ṭarīqa al-muḥammadiyya”

Pressing for Disability Rights How Journalists And Advocates Should Cover Today’s Challenges

HLS Library Book Talk: The Broken Constitution

IRB Office Hours for HLS

OCS 1L Resume and Cover Letter Workshop

Public Reading of Scripture

WLA Spring Electives Advice Office Hours

Why Christian Legal Scholarship? A Conversation with Prof. Bob Cochran

Coffee Chat With Paul Weiss

OCS 1L Resume and Cover Letter Workshop

Reports on Gender: Virtual Launch Event

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Social Media and Democracy

#NoTechforICE: Big Tech, Bureaucratic Violence, and Immigrant Justice

Demystifying BigLaw

Qualified Immunity: A Discussion, with Baude, Keller, Schwartz, Oldham, and Willett [Federalist Society]

Lunch Talk with Professor Susan Fiske: Diversity Science since Hopkins

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

Public Reading of Scripture

HBLR Corporate Law Panel & Networking Reception

Can We Talk?

Peggy Browning Fund Virtual Information Session

Ethics in Psychedelic Therapy and Research

Book Launch: The American Convention on Human Rights: A Commentary

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PON Live! Collaboration in the Time of Climate Change

Another coup d’état in Sudan: An Exploration of the Prospects of Democracy and Human Rights

Using Statistics to Expand Access to Justice

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Public Reading of Scripture

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Justice for Black Farmers: The Law, Policy, and Politics of Debt Cancellation

The Well Focus Groups on Student Wellbeing

1L Job Fair

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

Public Reading of Scripture

Roundtable on Islamic Legal Genres

Plaintiffs’ Law Roundtable

HLS Rappaport Forum: Stare Decisis and Roe v. Wade

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