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Judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit heard arguments on Thursday afternoon in Austin Hall at Harvard Law School. Open to the public, the Thursday event featured cases involving trade laws, vaccines, and technology patents.
Harvard Law School is often the site of academic legal debate, but Austin Hall saw a rarer occurrence Thursday: members of the federal bench hearing oral arguments in real cases.
Police arrested a man on Wednesday evening after receiving a report of a “potential stabbing” near Harvard Law School’s Cambridge campus.
From left to right: Benjamen Walker of Radiotopia’s podcast Theory of Everything, Jake Shapiro and Kerri Hoffman of Public Radio Exchange, and Chris Lydon of Radio Open Source speak on the future of podcasts. The panel at the Law School on Tuesday was moderated by Berkman Center for Internet and Society’s Faculty Co-Director Christopher T. Bavitz.
Dubbing 2015 the “Year of the Podcast,” panelists at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society pulled back the curtain on the history of the digital media form and discussed its future.
Tyler R. Giannini, a law professor, introduces “This Kind of Love” and guest speakers Aung Myo Min and Wai Wai Nu before a screening of the documentary.
Aung Myo Min, a Burmese human rights activist, answers a question at a panel following the screening of “This Kind of Love” on Monday evening at the Law School. Aung Myo Min, who recently returned to Burma following a 24-year exile, currently serves as director of the Human Rights Education Institute of Burma.
Tyler R. Giannini, a law professor, and Aung Myo Min and Wai Wai Nu, Burmese human rights activists, discuss Burma’s transition to democracy at a screening of “This Kind of Love” on Monday evening at the Law School. The documentary, directed by Jeanne Marie Hallacy, chronicles Aung Myo Min’s advocacy for LGBT rights and human rights before, during, and after his 24 year exile in Thailand.
I. Glenn Cohen, law professor, moderates a panel discussing our growing knowledge of the adolescent brain and its role in juvenile court trials, citing the Tsarnaev case in particular.
The death sentence of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the American student who carried out the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, served as a preface for the discussion.
Kevin B. Moody will serve as the next assistant dean and chief human resources officer at Harvard Law School beginning Oct. 19.
Harvard Law School professor Larry Lessig is an unlikely presidential contender. But his sudden leap into the 2016 race means that he’s serious about it.
Harvard Law School students have begun to formally organize to discuss their experiences and what they say are the shortcomings of the curriculum.
Classmates of Carey W. Gabay ’94, a former Undergraduate Council president, remember him as a dedicated and committed leader.