The Harvard Immigration Project (HIP) is a Student Practice Organization at Harvard Law School dedicated to promoting immigrants’ rights. We provide community outreach, education and advocacy, and pro bono legal representation to immigrants through four main projects: Community Outreach and Training, Immigration Services, Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP), and Bond Hearing Representation. As members of HIP, LLMs and first, second, and third-year J.D. students work as a part of student-led teams under the supervision of clinical instructor Phil Torrey or, in the case of IRAP, local pro bono attorneys, and in collaboration with local, national, and international legal and policy organizations. In addition, HIP hosts a number of events for members throughout the school year including speakers, career and academic advising, and direct action campaigns.