SCOTUSource is a project in which Harvard Law School students partner with DC appellate attorneys to put the constitutional issues in upcoming Supreme Court cases in a historical context using primary source documents. Find out how you can get involved in researching and analyzing historical evidence to be used by the attorneys, clerks, research librarians, and even Justices at the Court! Plus, it’s eligible for HLS pro bono credit.
When: Mon, Oct 3 at 12pm
Where: Austin Hall 308, Morgan Courtroom
Hosted By: Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs and ConSource
Details: HLS Calendar
More: Contact Courtney Cherry (firstname.lastname@example.org) of ConSource with questions about the program
Reminder: Harvard Law School requires all J.D. students to contribute at least 40 hours of law-related pro bono work as a condition for graduation.