2013-2014 Executive Board Application now available!

Interested in civil liberties and want to get involved with the ACLU-HLS?  Executive board positions are now open to all HLS students (1L, 2L, 3L, LLM, and SJD).  If interested, please fill out and email the application to aclu@mail.law.harvard.edu by October 11th, 2013. Conciseness is encouraged! 2013 ACLU-board-application

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Executive Board applications now available!

Interested in civil liberties and want to get involved with the ACLU-HLS?  Executive board positions are now open to all HLS students (1L, 2L, 3L, LLM, and SJD).  If interested, please fill out and email the application to HLS.ACLU@gmail.com by November 9th, 2012. Conciseness is encouraged! ACLU board application

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ACLU Internship Opportunities

ACLU summer and spring semester internship postings have gone up.  Take a look at these great opportunities to work with the ACLU. Summer Internship Postings Summer 2013 Legal Internship – ACLUF Reproductive Freedom Project, NY» Summer 2013 Legal Internship – ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project, NY and CA» Summer 2013 Legal Internship-ACLUF Women’s Rights Project, NY» Summer 2013 Legal Internship-ACLUF Program on […]

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ACLU Kick-off Event

ACLU-HLS is very excited to invite you to our Kick-off event and Past ACLU Interns Meet and Greet. The event will take place on Wednesday, October 31, from 12-1 in 3019 WASS. Come learn about opportunities for involvement with our ACLU-HLS chapter (including how to join the board) and the ACLU of Massachusetts. HLS students will also have an opportunity to speak with […]

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Nina Perales on Voting Rights

Nina Perales on Voting Rights October 25 from 12-1pm WCC 1010 HIP, along with the ACLU, BLSA, ACS, Alianza and the NLG, are hosting Nina Perales, Director of Litigation for MALDEF, to discuss her current work on voting rights. MALDEF’s docket includes cases that approach voting rights from multiple angles, including redistricting, identification requirements, and protecting […]

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Sign the NDAA Petition Here!

Protest Indefinite Detention! Sign our Petition! For the first time in our Nation’s history, the National Defense Authorization ACT of 2012 codifies indefinite military detention without charge or trial. Sign our PETITION for the Repeal of the “Mandatory Military Detention” and “Indefinite Detention” provisions of the NDAA.  

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ACLU Past Interns Meet and Greet

ACLU-HLS is very excited to invite you to the “Past ACLU Interns Meet and Greet.” At the event, HLS students will have an opportunity to speak with past ACLU interns about their respective experiences interning for ACLU offices all around the country. All are welcome to come mingle, meet other civil-rights minded students, and asks […]

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Harvard Law Students for Reproductive Justice: Speak Out About Abortion Week, Nov. 14th-18th

HLSRJ is hosting a weeklong campaign in November (the 14th-18th) to encourage members of the HLS community to share reproductive health stories in an effort to de-stigmatize issues like abortion, birth control, and STDs. The week is called Speak Out About Abortion, and they’ve created a system for students to share their stories anonymously: Sex, […]

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CR-CL Presents a Colloquium: “The Right to Comprehensive Education Opportunity”

Thursday, October 13, 2011 at 7:00pm Austin North In his article forthcoming in Volume 47:1 of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, “The Right to Comprehensive Education Opportunity,”  Michael A. Rebell, a professor at Columbia University Teacher’s College, argues for the recognition of a constitutional right to quality education for all children. The author […]

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Reproductive Freedom Under Attack: A Discussion of Recent Abortion Laws with the ACLU’s Brigitte Amiri

Tuesday, October 18, 6-7pm, Langdell 225 Come hear the ACLU’s Brigitte Amiri discuss recent state legislative efforts to restrict women’s reproductive freedoms. Her discussion will include the controversial South Dakota abortion bill, and a summary of the ways in which ACLU lawyers are challenging such legislation. Brought to you by the Harvard Law Students for Reproductive […]

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