CAP's "Art of Social Change" course is serving as a model for courses for students studying journalism, public policy and social work in California.
HLS students can stop by the Clinical Fair -- organized by HLS's Office of Clinical Programs -- to learn about the Child Advocacy Clinic. We'll be
CAP Working Paper Lunch – From Hysteria to Realism: Critiquing the Construction of Child Trafficking for Labor Exploitation in Nigeria
Join CAP and HLS LLM Candidate Sedoo Manu to discuss his work-in-progress. Meet in CAP's offices (WCC 4133) at noon. Lunch will be provided.
CAP Working Paper Lunch – Mandatory Newborn HIV Testing As a Model for Universal Newborn Drug Screening
Join CAP and HLS JD Candidate Melissa Friedman to discuss her work-in-progress. Meet in CAP's offices (WCC 4133) at noon. Lunch will be provided.
CAP Faculty Director Elizabeth Bartholet is a guest on NPR's On Point with Tom Ashbrook in a show entitled "The Future of Adoption: International and
Join CAP and HLS SJD Candidate Claire Houston to discuss her work on the construction of the child in domestic violence law. Meet in CAP's offices
In Spring 2013, CAP is hosting a Luncheon Series with Harvard Law School JD and Graduate Program students. A different presenter will discuss
Join CAP Faculty and Affiliates for an Open House for HLS Graduate Program students. SJD candidates, LLMs, and Visiting Researchers and Scholars will
CAP's Fall "Art of Social Change" course is launching on Thursday, Sept 13, from 5:00 - 7:00 PM. Course topics include: Substance Abuse & Child