Friday, January 17, 2014

Call for Applications: Albert M. Sacks Clinical Teaching & Advocacy Fellowship at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program


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The fellowship will provide an opportunity for an attorney to work at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program on direct representation, appellate litigation, and policy advocacy work, starting in the summer of 2014. The Fellow will assist with the supervision of clinical students and work closely with experienced attorneys and clinicians at Harvard Law School and Greater Boston Legal Services. Application deadline for this position is February 15, 2014.

JD earned within 3 years of hire date required. Candidates with experience in immigration removal and asylum practice strongly preferred. Second language capability in Spanish or French preferred.

To apply, please send the following to hirc@law.harvard.edu:

- Current resume

- Statement of interest (approx. 750 words) that addresses your potential for clinical teaching and advocacy, your relevant prior experience, and any other information you believe will help the hiring committee evaluate your candidacy.

- Writing sample (approx. 10 pages, preferably in a subject area relevant to the position)

- At least three references (please include email and phone contact information)

- Law school transcript (an informal copy or list of all grades and coursework is acceptable)

If you have any questions, please email hirc@law.harvard.edu.

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