Harvard Law School
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.
"You really can’t get economic justice if you don’t have racial justice,” she said.
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts ’76 returned to the Law School Tuesday night to preside over the final round of the Ames Moot Court Competition.
The Law School is expanding its advising and mentoring programs four months after some called for more advising opportunities on campus.
Repeat presidential candidate Ralph Nader discusses “Our Bicentennial Crisis,” a recent publication by Law student Pete Davis that accuses the Harvard Law School of failing to meet its mission. Nader was critical of the school’s practices during his talk in Langdell Hall on Wednesday.
Nader, a Harvard Law graduate, drew a grim picture of the American legal system, saying that Harvard churns out “lucrative cogs in the corporate wheel.”
More than a dozen handmade stickers reading “It’s okay to be white” surfaced around Harvard Square Wednesday, prompting a Harvard Law School Dean to denounce them.
Since its launch in 2015, Harvard Law School has raised $365 million for its capital campaign.
Five-time presidential candidate Ralph Nader said the Law School is "not addressing the broader need around the country for legal services.”