The Criminal Justice Policy Program is a research and advocacy center at Harvard Law School dedicated to advancing criminal justice reform around the country. Current policy initiatives include, among other things, reforming policies related to bail and criminal justice fees and fines; re-conceptualizing the role of the prosecutor; and developing policy frameworks for evolving technologies of policing. More information about the Criminal Justice Policy Program is available at cjpp.law.harvard.edu. This summer internship involves working with the program’s executive director and other staff to support those reform initiatives. Among other things, this includes conducting research and writing on legal and policy questions and cultivating partnerships with advocacy organizations and government agencies around the country. In addition, interns will assist with planning public events, such as conferences and talks, hosted by the Program. Applications should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample, two references, and a law school transcript. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis starting immediately.