We train students to become skilled, innovative, and thoughtful leaders in health and food systems.
There are many ways to engage with health and food law issues beyond enrolling in CHLPI’s health and food clinics and seminars, including for students outside of Harvard Law School and for students studying related disciplines. Opportunities include ones affiliated with CHLPI and ones through our partners.
Food Law & Policy Clinic Summer Internship Program
Summer interns in the Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) engage in action-based learning to gain a deeper understanding of the complex challenges facing our current food system. Interns get hands-on experience conducting legal and policy research for individuals, community groups, and government agencies on a wide range of food law and policy issues. Interns are also challenged to develop creative legal and policy solutions to pressing food issues, applying their knowledge from the law school classroom to real-world situations.
National Food Law Student Network
The National Food Law Student Network (FLSN) is a collaboration of law students from around the country dedicated to promoting the study and practice of food law and related fields.
Food Law Career Guide
The Food Law and Policy Career Guide presents a sampling of internships and careers in the field of food law and policy, from traditional legal jobs to research, advocacy, or policy-making positions within the food system.
Student Jobs at CHLPI
- There are currently no open job positions for students at CHLPI. Please check back regularly for updates.
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