Are you involved with the media and need to contact the Project on Predatory Student Lending?
Tell Us What You Know
Some for-profit colleges have scammed students, discriminated on the basis of race, lied to government agencies, and gamed the system of accreditation. Sound familiar? Tell us what you know. You can tell us who you are or, if you prefer, remain anonymous.
Do you know about misconduct taking place in the for-profit college sector?
Do you know about discrimination happening in the for-profit college sector?
Do you know about misconduct by accreditors of for-profit colleges?
Information for Clinical Students
Through Harvard Law School’s Predatory Lending clinic, enrolled students litigate against the predatory practices of for-profit colleges.
How to Enroll in the Clinic
About the Legal Services Center
Visit Our Office
Office Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00AM to 6:00PM
Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School
122 Boylston Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Drive past the Legal Services Center on Boylston Street to the next intersection and set of lights which is Amory Street. Take a left at the lights onto Amory Street and follow Amory Street for one block to Marbury Terrace on your left. Take a left onto Marbury Terrace and follow it to the end. At the end, turn left into the parking lot (which is located behind our building). Drive to the parking spaces at the far left for the Center.
When you leave your car, take the walkway from the parking lot that runs between our building and the Stony Brook T substation, and follow it around to the front entrance of our building which is on Boylston Street.
Join Our Team
The Project on Predatory Student Lending looks for talented professionals to join our team of passionate advocates. We also seek outstanding candidates for summer internships and fellowships.