One of the many benefits of a Harvard Law School education is access to some of the world’s foremost legal experts. But although faculty members are often eager to connect with interested students, the students themselves aren’t always sure how to approach professors for advice on their projects.
On March 22, dozens of Harvard Law students flocked to the school’s Notes and Comment, an event which pairs students either actively working on — or hoping to begin — writing projects with relevant faculty members.
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