Deadline: December 07, 2016

Kathy Curley

During the spring semester, Harvard Law School Professors Fisher and Okediji will be working with the governments of South Africa and Namibia, both of which are hoping to modify their intellectual-property laws in ways that will better promote public health.  They will be hiring several research assistants to help them with the project.  Each RA can be expected to work between 10 and 15 hours a week.  The bulk of the work will be done in January and February.  Students interested in participating should send resumes to Kathy Curley at by December 7.