January 4, 2008
Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program 2008-2010 Clinical Teaching and Advocacy Fellowship
The Harvard Law School Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program is accepting applications for its 2008 Fellowship in Clinical Teaching and Advocacy. The Fellowship allows an early- to mid-career attorney or law graduate to supervise clinical students and work on a variety of projects starting in the summer/early fall of 2008. The position is for a renewable two-year term with opportunities for advancement. Graduates of all U.S. law schools and attorneys admitted to the bar of a U.S. jurisdiction are invited to apply.This announcement is also available online at http://www.asylumclinic.org/fellowship/
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