International Legal Studies Events

Fall 2014

Please visit the International Legal Studies blog and the main Harvard Law School calendar for more information on HLS programs.

October

Thursday, October 2

12 p.m.

Wasserstein Hall, 2019 Milstein West A

"An Introduction to ICSID: Dispute Resolution Between Sovereign States and Foreign Investors"

A talk by

Monty Taylor, Legal Counsel for the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes

Sponsored by International Legal Studies and Harvard International Law Journal. Lunch will be served.


Monday, October 6

12 p.m.

Wasserstein Hall, 2019 Milstein West B

A Power Plant in East Africa: One U.S. Lawyer's Baptism by Fire Into the Fascinating World of International Investor/State Arbitration"

A talk by

Rob Hawkins, Senior Counsel, Hunton & Williams

Sponsored by International Legal Studies and the Law and International Development Society. Lunch will be served.


Tuesday, October 7

12 p.m.

Wasserstein Hall, 2019 Milstein West A

"Constitutional Adjudication in the Shadow of the Remedy: The Indian Constitution and the UK Human Rights Act Compared"

A talk by

Chintan Chandrachud, University of Cambridge Faculty of Law


Wednesday, October 8

12 p.m.

Austin Hall, Room 111

Winter Term Opportunities: Writing and Clinical Projects and International Travel Grants

What are your plans for winter term? Upper-year J.D. and LL.M. students can apply to participate in winter term writing or clinical projects. Find out more about the application process and if your project is eligible for a Winter Term International Travel Grant. Please feel free to bring your lunch.


Wednesday, October 15

12 p.m.

Langdell Hall North, Room 225 (Vorenberg Classroom)

1L Job Search Strategies and Summer Funding Information Session

Get advice about public interest opportunities abroad. Topics for discussion include: 

• What kinds of jobs to pursue

• Researching employers

• Landing a summer job

• Application logistics, including timing

• Summer funding programs, including the Chayes International Public Service Fellowship and Human Rights Program Summer Internships

Pizza provided. Co-sponsored by OPIA, International Legal Studies, the Human Rights Program, and the Office of JD Student Financial Services.


Wednesday, October 22

12 p.m.

Wasserstein Hall, Room 3007

Where Can Study Abroad Take You? Information Session on Semester Abroad and the HLS-University of Cambridge Joint J.D.-LL.M. Degree

The Semester Abroad program is a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in a foreign legal culture and to receive a semester of ungraded credit towards the Harvard J.D. degree for study at a law school overseas. 2L and 3L students can apply to study at one of 11 exchange partner schools, or for an independent semester abroad at another accredited law school. 

The HLS-University of Cambridge Joint Degree program is an incredible opportunity to spend a year at one of the world's oldest and most distinguished universities. This program may be of particular benefit to students interested in public or private international law, British law or European Union law, or in pursuing an academic career. Students who successfully complete program requirements earn a Harvard J.D. degree and a Cambridge LL.M. in a total of three-and-a-half years.

Come learn more about these programs from HLS students who have studied abroad. 

Lunch will be served.

 


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Last modified: September 29, 2014

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