Harvard Law School
Worker co-ops are a viable alternative to corporate capitalism, yet they are rarely discussed, speakers argued at a Harvard Law Forum Wednesday.
“The Quakers have a saying, ‘Let your life speak,’ and I think my dad was someone who, in a very quiet way, did speak,” Thomas Sander said.
Race-related activism is re-emerging at Harvard Law School following incidents of racism at Stanford Law School.
Law professors Janet E. Halley and Elizabeth Bartholet signed an open letter alleging procedures for sexual harassment cases unfairly favor accusers.
Professors and student activists gathered at Harvard Law School Wednesday night to discuss the school's reported disconnect with public interest.
The Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School partnered with the Thailand Institute of Justice to launch workshops focused on sustainable development.
Thomas succeeds ImeIme A. Umana, the publication’s first black woman president.
The letter criticizes the “damaging” popular culture stereotype about law school—that it must be a “grueling and overwhelming ordeal to adequately prepare students for legal practice.”
Graduate students say they are concerned about the tax plan’s “devastating” elimination of deductions for interest on student loans.