Albert M. Sacks Clinical Law Fellowship

The Office of Clinical Programs sponsors a Fellowship in Clinical Research and Practice. This Fellowship honors Albert M. Sacks, Dean of Harvard Law School from 1971-1981, whose vision, guidance, and support were critical to the founding of the clinical legal education program at Harvard Law School. The goals of the Sacks Fellowship are to provide opportunities for promising graduates to increase their practice-related skills and knowledge and to engage in research and investigative projects related to practice and clinical law teaching. The Fellowship is a two-year appointment that rotates to a different clinic every two years. The next Sacks Fellowship will be offered for 2009-2011.

Contact: Office of Clinical Programs

Last modified: August 26, 2014

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