Deposit of Student Papers Harvard Law School This is a research guide for the Harvard Law School Program on International Law and Armed Conflict (PILAC). A candidate for the LL. M. degree or the S. J. D. degree must send, through the Office of the Registrar, two copies of his or her thesis, paper or dissertation to the Library for addition to its collections. One copy should be on acid-free paper for the archival collection; the second copy will be added, if permitted, to the circulating collection.
The Collections Harvard Law School It provides information about helpful resources for the program's research and work. Begin your research by searching HOLLIS, the Harvard Library catalog. student papers including prize essays, theses, and dissertations; publications created.
Harvard Law School International Legal Studies Roadmaps Research Librarian Jennifer Allison, who is the Harvard Law Library's PILAC liaison, created and maintains this guide. Harvard Law School has a singular commitment to international and comparative law. We stand apart from other U. S. law schools in treating this area as equal to all other first year offerings, providing every. J. D. student the choice of an array of international legal studies courses specially crafted for 1Ls.
Developing A Thesis - Harvard College Writing Center This section discusses guiding principles with which PILAC is concerned. Developing A Thesis Think of yourself as a member of a jury, listening to a lawyer who is presenting an opening argument. You'll want to know very soon whether the lawyer believes the accused to be guilty or not guilty, and how the lawyer plans to convince you.