Harvard Law Students: Apply to the Global Anticorruption Lab seminar next year! (Deadline: April 25)


Posted on April 21st, by Matthew Stephenson in LIDS LIVE. No Comments

Harvard Law Students: Apply to the Global Anticorruption Lab seminar next year! (Deadline: April 25)
April 21, 2014 – Matthew Stephenson
Dear LIDS Members:
I’m writing to encourage those of you who are interested in applying to participate in the Global Anticorruption Lab that I will be running this coming academic year.  There is a description in the course catalogue, but I wanted to reach out to LIDS because this class might be of particular interest to students with interests in law & development, particularly anticorruption and good governance.
The Lab course is an opportunity to do independent research on a topic or topics of your choice, in a collaborative setting that provides opportunities for feedback not only from me, but from your classmates as well.  Through the Lab course, you will contribute to the Global Anticorruption Blog (www.globalanticorruptionblog.com), reaching an audience that includes leading figures at the World Bank, Transparency International, UNDP, and other leading anticorruption organizations.
This year’s Lab had great representation from LIDS members, and I would love to get more LIDS members involved if possible.  If you would like to learn more about this year’s Lab please feel free to email current Lab member and outgoing LIDS co-President Raj Banerjee at rxbanerjee@gmail.com. Raj would be delighted to chat about his experience!
Slots are limited, so if you’re interested, please email an application, including a CV and statement of interest (as well as a transcript) to mstephen@law.harvard.edu by Friday, April 25.
Professor Stephenson




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