On March 10, two teams of students will take part in the illustrious HLS’ Ames Moot Court Competition. For the first time in its 110-year history, the competition will be conducted virtually, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Despite working remotely, first-year students with Harvard Law School’s Tenant Advocacy Project gained meaningful skills and successfully helped clients during the fall semester student practice organization.
During a global pandemic when classes are remote and students are living around the country and the world, there is no such thing as business as usual. But this year’s class marshals are determined to do their part.
In October, the International Human Rights Clinic at Harvard Law School filed an amicus curiae brief on behalf of legal historians in the consolidated cases against two U.S.-based chocolate companies alleged to have aided and abetted child slavery in West Africa.