The Clinic trains lawyers with the skills—in negotiation, mediation, facilitated dialogue, stakeholder assessment, dispute systems evaluation and design, conflict analysis, and curriculum development—necessary to help their clients manage their negotiations and disputes efficiently and creatively. Join us to learn more about these opportunities.
Are you interested in working with the International Human Rights Clinic to document abuse and interview survivors; undertake legal, factual, and strategic analysis; and litigate cases in U.S. courts and before regional bodies? Do you want to learn more about the opportunity to gain firsthand experience with the vital issues, institutions, and processes of the human rights movement? Join us to learn more.
The Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic offers students an opportunity to do real-life and real-time legal and policy work. Clinic offerings include local, national and international projects covering the spectrum of environmental issues. Join us to learn more about these opportunities.
Are you interested in spending the Spring semester in Washington, D.C. working as a legal intern in a federal government office, conducting research and providing legal advice and assistance on policy, legislative or regulatory matters? Join us to learn more about the Semester in Washington Clinic.
Are you interested in consumer, bankruptcy, real estate, banking, and tort law? Do you want to learn about advocacy efforts on preserving and protecting equity for low- and moderate-income homeowners, combating abuses in the consumer financial services industry, and ensuring equal and fair access to credit markets? Join us to learn more about these opportunities.
Are you interested in addressing issues such as unemployment benefits, wage and hour claims, severance negotiations, union issues, workplace safety, discrimination or sexual harassment? Join us to learn more about these opportunities.
Are you interested in developing cutting-edge policy recommendations at the state and national levels in both the legislative and regulatory arenas? Join us to learn more about the Health Law and Policy Clinic.
Do you want to learn more about the opportunity to offer legal assistance on divorce, domestic violence, paternity, adoption, and guardianship? Join us for a discussion of the Domestic Violence and Family Law Clinic.
Are you interested in gaining experience working directly with clients? Do you want the chance to argue motions in court in front of real judges? Do you want to use the law to make a difference in the Boston community? Consider joining the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau!
Do you want to represent courageous individuals fleeing serious human rights violations? Do you want to help keep families united and fight to have women treated equally under our asylum laws? Do you want appellate and impact litigation experience on immigration issues, including detention and deportation based on alleged criminal activity? Join us for a discussion of these opportunities.
Are you interested in fighting predatory for-profit colleges? Representing defrauded student loan borrowers in ground-breaking, complex litigation, in partnership with organizers and policy advocates? Join us to learn more about the work of the Project on Predatory Student Lending.
The Child Advocacy Program educates students about different social change strategies by placing them in external organizations doing child welfare, education, and/or juvenile justice work and using one or more advocacy methods to advance children’s interests, including direct services, impact litigation, legislative reform, and grassroots organizing, among others. Join us to learn more about these opportunities.
If you would like to join one of the clinics below, please email us as soon as possible. Any open seats will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. Environmental Law and Policy Clinic – taken with “Environmental Law and Policy Clinical Seminar.” Federal Tax Clinic – taken with “Federal Tax Clinical Seminar.” Food Law and […]
Update: Deadline Extended to 1/8/18 at 5PM Please Note: Students who meet the initial deadline of 1/5/18 will not be effected by this extension. Remote placements for 2 or 3 clinical credits with the following organizations*: ACLU Voting Rights Project Campaign Legal Center NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund Asian Americans Advancing Justice Free Speech […]
Clinics with Open Seats The following spring clinics still have a few seats available! Please log in to Helios and navigate to the Add/Drop section to enroll in one of these clinics. Open seats will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Community Enterprise Project (by-application, please see description for more information) Environmental Law and […]
The Community Enterprise Project (Spring 2018) is a by-application division of the Transactional Law Clinics in which students engage in both direct client representation and community economic development. In addition to representing clients located near the Legal Services Center at Harvard Law School on transactional matters, CEP students work in small groups to connect with community organizations, […]