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We will be hiring several students as fellows for the Programs of Study at Harvard Law School. The Programs of Study combine classroom courses, clinical courses and placements, fellowships and research opportunities, and emerging on-online communities connecting students, faculty, and alumni around the topics, careers, research, and conversations relevant to the particular program of study area.
The Programs of Study currently are:
Law and Business
Law and Government
Law, Science, and Technology
Law and Social Change
For additional information about the Programs see:
In collaboration with the faculty leaders for each Program of Study (POS), fellows will be responsible for thinking creatively about the shape and elements of one of the programs of study; working to build and encourage an active online community for that POS; creating and editing content for POS Sidebar groups and websites; monitoring Law School and University events that might be of interest to students in a particular POS; helping maintain the POS site, including monitoring and uploading content; facilitating group discussions on the POS sites; and offering student leadership for ongoing POS development.
Interested students should apply for a particular Program of Study fellowship; currently there are no openings for the Law and Social Change or Law POS. Students may apply for more than one position. Successful candidates will have a strong and demonstrated interest in the Program of Study subject matter; good web-based technical skills; experience with online communities; good judgment; leadership skills and ability to work both independently and collaboratively with faculty and peers.
Up to two students are assigned as fellows for each Program of Study. Fellows will earn $15/hour.
To apply: Submit a short statement of interest identifying your relevant background and initial ideas, along with a transcript and resume to Karen Storin Linitz, kslinitz at law.harvard.edu. Application deadline is October 25, with interviews beginning as early as October 18.