CLINICAL AND PRO BONO PROGRAMS ORIENTATION | Harvard Law School, Austin Hall West Room 111| January 15, 2015| Cyberlaw Clinic Managing Director Chris Bavitz, along with colleagues Esme Caramello of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau and Lisa Dealy of the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs, will provide an overview of the many opportunities to fit clinical and pro bono work into a legal education. The discussion will cover the benefits of doing a clinic, how to register, the hands-on learning opportunities the clinics and student practice organizations provide. Join us for an informative discussion. Lunch will be served.
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