From Professor Bartram Brown
Research assistants needed to work on projects involving international criminal law and international human rights law
Professor Bartram S. Brown is looking to hire research assistants to work on projects involving international criminal law and international human rights law. Students may work for pay under the Federal Work Study Program, or in an appropriate case, for an independent study credit. Experience in research and writing about international law would be useful but is not required. You should, however, be a motivated self-starter willing to take on important responsibilities. Those interested should submit a resume, a brief writing sample and a letter of introduction to Professor Brown's administrative assistant, Beth Minnery, in room 823.
From Professor Nancy Marder
2L or 3L student needed to assist with research on juries
Professor Nancy Marder is looking for a 2L or 3L student to assist with research on juries. The research will include developing an annotated bibliography of recent articles, books and newspaper stories on juries. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. Please include a resume.