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Informational lunch with CPRL

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019 @ 12:10pm
Jerome Greene Hall, Room 602
Apr 10
Wednesday, April 10th, 2019 @ 12:10pm
Jerome Greene Hall, Room 602

Are you interested in hands-on live-client experience promoting systematic social change for course credit, working in teams of upper-level law, business, education, and policy graduate students?  Do you hope to use your legal skills to reorient public institutions like school, criminal justice, welfare and environmental regulatory systems to better serve the under-served? Are you curious to know what it takes to lead or consult for public agencies or non-profits pursuing transformative change?

If so, the Law School's Center for Public Research and Leadership (CPRL) invites you to apply for the Fall 2019 Structural Change in Public Education Policy Lab.

This novel​ ​​full-semester​,​ 13-credit course (8 ABA Experiential Learning Credits) brings together, on site, upper-level law, business, policy, and education students from Columbia, Dartmouth, Michigan, NYU, Penn, Princeton, Stanford, Vanderbilt, and Yale to study public-sector structural change in multiple domains and conduct live-client consulting projects focused on improving access to a high-quality public education.

Guided by experienced lawyers and managers, 4-person student teams provide high-priority professional services for innovative state departments of education, school districts, educational advocacy and support organizations, and philanthropies in the US and abroad.

CPRL offers a limited number of awards up to $20,000 (United States or in other countries), or $30,000 (Brazil).

Interested? Join CPRL for an upcoming informational lunch to learn about CPRL, including the application process for the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters:

Wednesday, 4/10 at 12:10PM **RSVP here**

Contact Info: 
Reva Gorelick, [email protected]
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