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Law School Fellowship Announcement

October 7, 2010

Announcement: Fellowship for Lawyer
to Work With Immigration and Refugee Clinic

Following up on our recent post about Academic Opportunities in human rights, we’ve just received a note from Harvard Law School, announcing that applications are now being accepted for the Albert M. Sacks Fellowship to work with the school’s Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program.
            The Fellowship “will provide an opportunity for an attorney to work at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program on direct representation, appellate and advocacy work, starting in the summer of 2011. The Fellow will work closely with experienced attorneys, clinicians, and academics at Harvard Law School and Greater Boston Legal Services. The position will also offer opportunities for professional development and scholarship in the areas of immigration and refugee law.” A JD degree is required for this one-year placement, which has the possibility of renewal. See the Fellowship Announcement for complete details, including application instructions.

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