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Gannett House

Gannett House is home to the Harvard Law Review.

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With New Blog, Law Review Makes Case For Online Content

The Harvard Law Review launched a new online blog aimed at providing more accessible, timely content alongside their usual long-form fare.

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GSAS Students Seek to Publicize Immigration Resources

Temporary Protected Status protections for Sudanese immigrants are set to expire on Nov. 2, and some worry that Trump’s administration could further curtail the program.

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Law School Student Leadership Plans Mental Health Initiatives

The Harvard Law School student government will conduct a mental health survey in early November as part of a broader effort to address mental health issues on campus.

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Austin Hall

Built in 1883, Austin Hall is among Harvard Law School’s oldest buildings.

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‘Superstar’ Law Professor Honored with Criminal Justice Professorship

Charles J. Ogletree Jr. founded both the Criminal Justice Institute at the Law School and the Charles Hamilton Houston Center Institute for Racial Justice.

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Law School Alumni Call for Improved Loan Assistance

The Low Income Protection Plan obligates students to pay a portion of their income each year toward their law school debt, while Harvard Law School commits to covering the rest.

 Harvard Law Clinic
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Harvard Law Clinic

Located at 6 Everett St, the Harvard Law School International Human Rights Clinic recently took part in a Nobel Prize winning project.

Harvard Law Review
Harvard Law School

Harvard Law Review

For the first time in Law Review history, the legal journal elected its first female-majority class of editors.

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Law School Team Helps Nuclear Disarmament Campaign Win Nobel Prize

The team of six provided legal advice as the group negotiated an unprecedented disarmament treaty.

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Law Review Elects First Ever Majority Female Class

The Harvard Law Review selected more female editors than male editors to join the prestigious journal’s ranks this summer.

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Pedro Albizo Campos

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Pedro Albizo Campos
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Harvard and Homeland: Pedro Albizu Campos

At the time, Campos’s “insurrectionary activity” piqued the interest of Crimson reporters because he had just been arrested for his alleged involvement in an assassination attempt on President Truman.

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With Pens and Posters, Students Prepare to Protest DeVos

More than 1,000 people have indicated that they are "interested" in attending a protest against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who will speak at Harvard Thursday.

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Lawyers Discuss CIA Torture Lawsuit

Paul L. Hoffman and Lawrence S. Lustberg played major roles on the American Civil Liberties Union’s litigation team in Salim v. Mitchell,