Harvard Law Student Advocates for Human Rights is a student practice organization that enables students to engage in legal projects with partner organizations that advance human rights. Advocates members develop advocacy skills through trainings and events, and join a community of students and lawyers interested in global justice. Advocates membership is open to anyone in the Harvard community and you can follow the links above to learn more about the organization, past and current projects, and how to get involved. 
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A group of this year's Advocates project members.

Groups of Advocates project members.


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