At Harvard Law School there is a history of students taking time away from campus to effect social change, foster diplomacy, and assist those in need. Shown here are just a few examples of the trips students have made towards those ends.
“Inaugural KAHLS Delegation Visits Seoul,” April 11, 1997; Harvard Law Record, vol.104, no.8; HOLLIS no. 116790
Reflections on a Pro Bono Fly-Out Week in New Orleans
An article in the Harvard Law Record covered a 2010 trip thirteen students took to New Orleans where they completed over 500 pro bono hours with Southeast Louisiana Legal Services in New Orleans.
“Dorm Group Charged With Ultra Vires Loan,” April 1, 1965; Harvard Law Record, vol.40, no.8; HOLLIS no. 116790
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