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We welcome students from other Harvard graduate schools and programs to cross-register for two of our Child Advocacy Program ("CAP") courses offered at Harvard Law School ("HLS") in 2010-11:
To enroll in CAP courses, follow the requirements of your home school and Harvard Law School for cross-registrants. Please visit these sites for full details about the cross-registration procedures that apply to you:
Complete these steps to enroll in the Art of Social Change or Child, Family and State this Fall 2010. NOTE: Child, Family and State is offered in Spring 2011. Spring deadlines for cross-registration will be posted later this year.
Remember to check with your home school to ensure you are meeting all of their requirements for cross-registrants.
Here are some important HLS & CAP Fall deadlines relevant for cross-registrants.
|First Day of Art of Social Change class||Sept. 2, 2010 at 5:00 PM|
|Last Day for Cross-Registration Petitions||Sept. 10, 2010 by 4:30 PM|
|Last Day to Drop||Sept. 10, 2010 by 4:30 PM|
|Last Day of Art of Social Change class||Dec. 2, 2010|
Bartholet's Nobody's Children: Abuse and Neglect, Foster Drift, and the Adoption Alternative (Beacon Press) is the only text you need to purchase for the course. You can buy the paperback book at the Law School COOP (617.499.3255), which is located at 1678 Massachusetts Avenue, near HLS.
In preparation for the first "Art of Social Change" class on Sept. 2, students should read carefully the following:
In preparation for the second class on Sept. 9, students should read:
Hard copies of both Assignment Packet #2 and the Supplement to Assignment Packet #2 are available in the Copy Center in the basement of Pound Hall at Harvard Law School. The Supplemental will give you a good description both of the Missouri program that our Guest Speaker Penny Clodfelter will discuss, and an overview of the MA child welfare law related to drug-exposed newborns that is relevant to issues our Response Panelists Ivana Culic and Dave Deakin will discuss in connection with the MA system and possible directions for reform.
While there is no written assignment for the first class, there is a written assignment for the second class on Sept. 9. Students with last names G-Z should submit questions/comments before class; students with last names A-F should submit reaction papers after class. Students should read the Course Syllabus for further deadlines and details about assignments.
We will post new information on this webpage, so please check this site for updates.
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