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Law and Social Change Faculty Advising Lunch with David Grossman and Ben Sachs: March 23, 12-1 in WCC B010. Click here to view a recording of the lunch.
Law and Social Change Faculty Advising Lunch with David Grossman, Ben Sachs and Alexa Shabecoff. March 25 12-1 in Pound 101.
The Law and Social Change Program of Study will be hosting its Second Annual Retreat on Sunday, November 7 from 2-5pm. The retreat is an opportunity to get to know other students who are interested in law and social change while in an informal setting outside the confines of the law school. Additionally, the retreat provides a space where students and faculty can come together to discuss ideas of social change. The retreat will be held at a nearby off-campus location, at the home of one of the faculty members.
The space will be limited, so we are asking that you RSVP through the following link:
We look forward to seeing you there!
To view the Spring 2010 Law and Social Change and Law and Government joint faculty advising lunch, click here.
Wish you could have had a social change oriented community to help you get things figured out at the beginning of 1L year? Interested in helping incoming students build community? Become a Law and Social Change mentor! The Law and Social Change Program is looking for a few current 1Ls from each section who will help coordinate study groups for next year's social-change-oriented students. The mentor's role will involve facilitating the formation of study groups for interested students at the beginning of the year, and serving as a go-to person for any questions the students might have about the 1L curriculum. This is the pioneer year of the mentorship program, so the role of the mentor could significantly expand based on student interest.
A gathering will be held the second week of April (date TBD) at a nearby off-campus location to discuss opportunities with the Law and Social Change Study Group Mentorship Program. E-mail email@example.com if you'd be interested in attending. Guest appearances will be made by Dean Minow, Prof. Sachs, and other law and social change faculty!
Program of Study on Law & Social Change reserved table in Hark South, 11:45 am -1:00 pm
Please stop by during your lunch hour tomorrow, Monday 3/22, and meet Professor Glenn Cohen, Assistant Professor of Law at HLS and Co-Director of the Petrie Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics. Professor Cohen has kindly agreed to host an informal lunch session to meet with students. Conversation will be informal. The Program of Study organizes a regular lunch table at the Hark for students who are interested in meeting other like-minded students and faculty. If you're interested in volunteering for Law and Social Change events, please email Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org or Joy at email@example.com. No RSVP needed. Candy will be provided but bring your own lunch. Drop in for any or all of the lunch hour!
On October 18, 2009, students and faculty gathered at the Newton home of Prof. Ben Sachs for SOUP & CIDER, the program's first annual retreat, with the goals of building the social change community at HLS. Please check out the feature in the Harvard Law Record: "With soup and cider, HLS' new social change program just getting warmed up"
To view the Spring 2009 faculty advising session on the Law and Social Change Program of Study, please click here.
In February 25, 2009, Harvard Law Faculty and students participated in a dynamic discussion about different ways to contribute to social change, from the fields of criminal law, government, international law and information technology. Please listen to the audio recording.
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