Harvard Listening Sessions

Harvard Listening Sessions

Tuesday, April 13, 2021; 9:30-11:00am

All members of the Harvard community are invited to participate in listening sessions with representatives from three working groups: the Title IX and Other Sexual Misconduct Policy Working Group, the Non-Discrimination Policy Working Group, and the Anti-Bullying Policy Working Group. Pre-registration is required, and you will need to sign in via Harvard Key in order to register. If you would prefer to share your thoughts and suggestions in writing, we invite you to write to communitymisconductpolicies@harvard.edu.

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ILS Post-Graduate Fellowships: Applications due Monday, April 19

April 9, 2021

Applications for the 2021-2022 International Legal Studies Post-Graduate Fellowships are due to International Legal Studies by 5:00 p.m. EDT on Monday, April 19, 2021. These fellowships are designed to improve participants’ understanding of international and/or transnational law by supporting graduating HLS students or recent J.D. or LL.M. graduates who will be clerking or interning at an international or foreign regional/supranational court or tribunal in 2021-2022.

Fall 2021 Trial Advocacy Workshop Informational Session

April 9, 2021

There will be an information meeting on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 and May 19, 2021 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. via Zoom for all students who are planning to register for the Fall 2021 Trial Advocacy Workshop. All students interested in learning about this course or possibly enrolling in the future are welcome to attend. At the meeting, Professor Dehlia Umunna will discuss what you need to do to be prepared for Fall TAW. To obtain the zoom link for this meeting or if you have any questions, please contact Kekely Dansouh at kdansouh@law.harvard.edu.

The Entry-Level Job Search E-Advising Series: Common Job Search Mistakes

April 9, 2021

Our goal is to help you find a great public interest job and avoid the common mistakes that can derail your job search. Take a look at our list of common job search mistakes and don’t let them happen to you!

PILAC Series on Careers in Public International Law with Prof. Michael Schmitt

April 8, 2021

Professor Mike Schmitt is Professor of International Law at the University of Reading, the Charles H. Stockton Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence at the US Naval War College, the G. Lieber Norman Lieber Distinguished Scholar at West Point, and a Senior Fellow at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Center of Excellence. He has previously been on the faculty of Durham University and the University of Exeter in the UK and was Dean of the Marshall Center for Security Studies in Germany.

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How We Can Tackle the World’s Biggest Problems: HLSGives Info Session #1

Race, Social Well-Being, and the Soul of the Firm

HIALSA International Arbitration Workshop Session 9 — Hearings and Cross-examination in International Arbitration

HLS Book Talk: Terms of Disservice: How Silicon Valley is Destructive by Design

Digital Rights in the Time of COVID-19: A Conversation with Nani Jansen Reventlow, Digital Freedom Fund

Space Law Issues for Commercial Operators

Public Reading of Scripture

Policing and the Brain: How Neuroscience Can Contribute to Police Reform

Bringing a Vaccine to Market

How We Can Tackle the World’s Biggest Problems: HLSGives Info Session #2

How We Can Tackle the World’s Biggest Problems: HLSGives Info Session #3

Growth Funds & Investing in Change

Policing in America Lecture Series Session #6: Activism and Engagement: What Can Lawyers Do?

HIP Spring Symposium: Amplifying Immigrant Voices: Intersections with Race, Gender, and Ability

Lunch Talk: A Discussion with Chesa Boudin

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Grieving & Coping Together Group (CAMHS/HLS)

Technology and the Public Interest: Teaching and Learning in the Time of COVID-19

Harvard International Office Open Hours with Peter O’Meara

JSELxCSEL – Employer Chat with Proskauer Rose

Notes & Comment: Connecting Students and Faculty on Scholarship

Public Reading of Scripture

Triumphs & Tensions of the Telehealth Boom

ILJ 2021 Annual Symposium “The Future of International Law: The Impact of the Pandemic and Beyond”

HLSGives Charity Trivia Night (Free Money to Charity for Attending!)

Notes & Comment: Connecting Students and Faculty on Scholarship

The Biden Administration’s First 100 Days: Undoing the Undoing of Environmental Protection Law

David French: Harvard Law’s First Voice for Life

Harvard Law School Spring Parody

Animal Law Practice Series: Center for Biological Diversity

Harvard Law School Spring Parody

Harvard Law School Spring Parody

Harvard Law School Spring Parody

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Grieving & Coping Together Group (CAMHS/HLS)

3L JD Loan Exit Interviews

Mental Health Moonshot: Unlocking Federal Funds for Psychedelics Research

HLSCRT2021 | Racial Capitalism and Solidarity Economy (Reflection space)

General Body Meeting

Public Reading of Scripture

The Human Cost of Incendiary Weapons and Shortcomings of International Law

PILAC Series on Careers in Public International Law with Prof. Michael Schmitt

Harvard Environmental Law Review Environmental Justice Symposium

The Elephant Sanctuary: Virtual Tour

Matthew Nimetz

HLS LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic 2020-21 Practitioner Speaker Series

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HLSCRT2021 | Conference Closing

Grieving & Coping Together Group (CAMHS/HLS)

Harvard International Office Open Hours with Peter O’Meara

Equity in Federal Disaster Response

Public Reading of Scripture

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PON Live! The Power of Experiments

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Impossible Negotiations? Lessons for Everyday Life from the Abraham Path

Public Reading of Scripture

Conflict Resolution Practice in Light of Collective Trauma and Power Asymmetries

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HLS Student Spotlights

Empowering middle schoolers worldwide

March 31, 2021
Empowering middle schoolers worldwide

Harvard Law student creates an extracurricular program to foster civic engagement and bridge social divides.

Dear Future Colleague sends a message to the lawyers of tomorrow

March 31, 2021
Dear Future Colleague sends a message to the lawyers of tomorrow

Kamryn Sannicks, a first-generation college graduate, has begun the process of applying to law school three times. Twice, she gave up. Then she heard about Dear Future Colleague (DFC), a mentorship program started by Harvard Law School student Nancy Fairbank ’22 with other law student volunteers across the country.

Harvard team takes top spot in Moot Court Madness

March 30, 2021
Harvard team takes top spot in Moot Court Madness

Representing Harvard Law School in the inaugural NOCAP Sports Moot Court Competition, Eli Nachmany ’22 and Kit Metoyer ’22 took home the championship, besting a field of the nation’s top law schools. 

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