Harvard Law School
Some Harvard professors have questioned Law School professor Lawrence Lessig’s call for the Electoral College to cast their ballots for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton instead of President-elect Donald Trump.
Four professors debated the First Amendment implications of the College’s plan to penalize members of single-gender social organizations on Tuesday, reframing a controversial campus issue in constitutional terms.
According to the group’s website, the goal of the list is to “expose and document college professors who discriminate against conservative students and advance leftist propaganda in the classroom.”
The brief postcard, which includes threatening, explicit, and anti-Semitic attacks on visiting Law professor Sanford Levinson, ends with: "We’re gonna drain the swamp at Harvard Law. Juden Raus!”
A year after a racially-charged act of vandalism shook the Law School and sparked an intense period of race-related activism, Law School student affinity groups are presenting a visual exhibit at the school to mark the anniversary of the incident.
The Harvard Black Law Students Association hosted Justice for Black Women Week in the hopes of bringing black women to the focus of nationwide conversation.
Election and campaign finance lawyer Jerry H. Goldfeder encouraged the country to remain resilient in light of the Presidential election results at a Law School event on Friday.
The Chief of Staff for University President Drew G. Faust said Harvard Law School will not reserve spots for students from the country as compensation for a 19th century Harvard donor’s ownership of Antiguan slaves.
David Blight, professor of American History at Yale University, connected Frederick Douglass's life and work to the 2016 presidential election at the Harvard Law School Wednesday.
Tom Hardin, a white collar felon and subsequent FBI informant, recounted his experiences with insider trading and federal investigations
At a lecture Thursday, Harvard Law School Dean Martha L. Minow emphasized the benefits of resolving bioethical issues through mediation, rather than litigation.