Albert M. Sacks Fellowship

Established in 1994, the Albert M. Sacks Fellowship honors Albert M. Sacks, Dane Professor of Law and Dean of the Faculty of Law from 1971–1981.   Dean Sacks, known for his humane and progressive vision for incorporating both service and education into the Law School curriculum, provided the necessary vision and support which were critical to the founding of in-house legal clinics at Harvard Law School (HLS).

The goals of the Albert M. Sacks Fellowship are to:

  • support clinical investigation and practice activities in furtherance of the enhanced delivery of legal services;
  •  promote a better understanding of the issues involved in implementing public policies related to urban issues – income, employment, family, housing, economic development policies, the criminal justice system and juveniles; and
  • Explore improved methods and approaches to clinical learning in law.

For more information contact:

Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs
Harvard Law School
Austin Hall 102 & 108
Cambridge, MA 02138

Telephone: 617-495-5202
Fax: 617-496-2636
Email: clinical@law.harvard.edu




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