JLSA Board Transition Meetings / Elections

Tuesday, February 20, 7:00 PM, WCC 1019
The Jewish Law Students Association (JLSA) is the representative body for Jewish students at Harvard Law School. The Board is responsible for planning social, educational, and religious events of interest to Jewish students at the law school. It also works with the Dean of Students Office and the administration to voice the concerns and advocate on behalf of Jewish students. In addition, the Board is sometimes called upon to draft or sign social or political-interest statements. Beyond the responsibilities associated with their positions, Board members are expected to attend Board meetings and all JLSA events.
The Board transition meeting (and elections as needed) will take place at 7 PM on February 20th in WCC 1019, and the new board will take over immediately. The old board will be available throughout the semester to answer questions and help transition the new board into their new roles. Food will be served!
To review the positions on the JLSA board and to apply for a position, please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/yF6ShunfOguYAK402

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