HLS Peer Advisors

HLS Peer Advisors

HLS Peer Advisors was founded in 2019 to wrestle with a specific question: how does learning how to thrive as a human being prepare us to study and practice the law? Our working answer: being deliberate and intentional in our lives, practicing life, allows each of us to study and practice the law to our highest academic and professional potential, while living meaningfully and with purpose. Learn more at our web site!

 

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HLS Academic Year 2020-2021

Announcements

Announcements

Research Assistant for Professor Daniel Halperin

January 19, 2021

Research Assistant to help with paper to be published with Tax Notes.

Extended Deadline: Apply now for “Law, Justice, and Design: Making Legal Systems for Human Beings,” taught by Prof. Minow and Ms. Adranly in Spring 2021

January 19, 2021

Enrollment is by permission only; to apply, please send a brief letter of interest to Ellie Benagh (ebenagh@law.harvard.edu) by 5p.m., January 20.

Law, Justice, and Design: Making Legal Systems for Human Beings, taught by Prof. Martha Minow and Ms. Rochael Adranly, will provide students with an opportunity to focus on the perspectives of individuals who need to access or navigate the legal system without legal representation. Students will choose a project on a specific topic area to explore these questions such as eviction from housing, or immigration/asylum.

Virtual Interviewing with the Queen’s District Attorney’s Office

January 14, 2021

Students and recent graduates are invited to apply for opportunities with the Queen’s District Attorney’s Office on Thursday, February 18, and Friday, February 19 for summer and paid postgraduate positions. For consideration, please complete the application form. All applicants must also complete the District Attorney’s Office online application (linked through the form) by no later than Friday, February 5 at 12:00pm.

Prof Alford seeks RA for completing revisions on paper re philosopher Peter Singer. Need some philosophy background, helpful if you are familiar with Singer. Spring semester (Jan-May)

January 14, 2021

Professor Bill Alford seeks a research assistant as he completes revisions on a paper concerning the philosopher Peter Singer. Candidates should have some background in philosophy, with the ideal candidate someone familiar with Singer’s work. Spring semester (Jan-May). Please send resumes and a short letter about one’s qualifications to Professor Alford at alford@law.harvard.edu.

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2L EIP Employer Chats: O’Melveny, Los Angeles

Cleary Lunch Panel: Recent Matter Highlight

Kelman Seminar Series with Tim Shriver: What will it take to bring our country back together again?

Perkins Coie Panel on 1L Summer Fellowships

HILJ Fall Galleys

A Discussion with Judge Amit Mehta of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia

1L Fall Term Classes End

Public Reading of Scripture

West Coast Club 3L EIP Panel

Inaugural Plaintiffs’ Law Roundtable & Resume Collection

HLS Parody

Guided Visualization for Law Students: Reducing Exam/Final Paper Related Stress (15-20 minutes)

Upper-level Fall Term Classes End

HLS LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic 2020-21 Practitioner Speaker Series

The Pros and Cons of the Artemis Accords (with NASA and the International Institute of Space Law)

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Harvard International Office Open Hours with Peter O’Meara

Guided Visualization for Law Students: Reducing Exam/Final Paper Related Stress (15-20 minutes)

Public Reading of Scripture

Multidisciplinary Approaches to Studying Social Change: a panel discussion

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Kelman Seminar Series with Susan Hackley: From 9/11 to Covid-19: My 19 Years at PON

Food Policy for Greater Food Equity

Guided Visualization for Law Students: Reducing Exam/Final Paper Related Stress (15-20 minutes)

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Book Talk: Exposed: Why Our Health Insurance Is Incomplete and What Can Be Done about It

Improvising Agreement: Strategic agility and quick-on-your feet tactics

Guided Visualization for Law Students: Reducing Exam/Final Paper Related Stress (15-20 minutes)

Public Reading of Scripture

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HLS Student Spotlights

Laying the groundwork for real-life lawyering

January 7, 2021
Laying the groundwork for real-life lawyering

Students in independent clinicals are making the most of a digital world.

Harvard Law students fight for families facing evictions

December 17, 2020
Harvard Law students fight for families facing evictions

A Q&A with Harvard Legal Aid Bureau members Kiah Duggins ’21 and Sam Gilman ’22 on the CDC eviction moratorium and their work on local and national housing issues.

Representing ‘The Super Class of 2021’

December 15, 2020
Representing ‘The Super Class of 2021’

During a global pandemic when classes are remote and students are living around the country and the world, there is no such thing as business as usual. But this year’s class marshals are determined to do their part.

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