June 20, 2018

CJPP is Hiring Research Assistants

The Criminal Justice Policy Program at Harvard Law School seeks a research assistant to provide legal and policy analysis of laws, commentaries, regulations, and secondary sources about the German day fine system. Research will be done under the supervision of Mitali Nagrecha of Harvard Law School. Applicants should be current law students or hold a degree in law and be proficient in German and English.

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June 6, 2018 News

CJPP is Hiring an Empirical Research Fellow

The Criminal Justice Policy Program at Harvard Law School (CJPP) is hiring an Empirical Research Fellow. The Empirical Research Fellow will assist a team of Harvard Law School professors and attorneys in the preparation of a report on racial disparities in the Massachusetts criminal justice system.

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May 23, 2018 Announcement

CJPP Co-Director Carol Steiker Receives the Sacks-Freund Award for Teaching Excellence

Professor Carol Steiker will receive the Sacks-Freund award for Teaching Excellence at this year's HLS Class Day.

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April 25, 2018 News

CJPP Applauds Massachusetts Criminal Justice Reform Bill and the Establishment of a Forensic Science Commission

On Friday, April 13, Governor Baker signed into law an omnibus criminal justice reform bill that includes the establishment of an independent forensic science commission in Massachusetts.

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