The course—which connects two classrooms at Harvard and Stanford via video communication—is part of an effort between Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society and the Stanford Center for Internet and Society.
Gabriella Blum, an expert in the laws of war and conflict resolution, has been given tenure and promoted from assistant professor to professor.
When Harvard Law School Professor William J. Stuntz laughed, he howled. His entire body—a small frame, smaller even when in his last years when he battled cancer—convulsed.
In a continually-ailing job market, more Harvard Law School third year students applied to judicial clerkships this past fall, according to the Harvard Law School Office of Career Services.
Harvard’s improvisational comedy troupe “The Immediate Gratification Players” has named Wayne Brady as the Player of the Year for his accomplishments in improvisational comedy, and the troupe will honor his talent with a show performed in his honor on March 25.
Cure Lounge has agreed to settle the complaint by paying a $30,000 fine, issuing a public apology, and sending its staff to anti-discrimination training.
Harvard Law School reduced emissions of greenhouse gases by 19.1 percent in the fiscal year ending June 30, according to the Harvard University Office for Sustainability.
Harvard Law School graduate and research associate Lobsang Sangay is hoping to lead a government with no borders and no jurisdiction in the country it says it represents. After an eight-month campaign traveling to settlements across the world, Sangay hopes to become the next prime minister of the Tibetan government in exile.
Harvard Law School announced last week that it would partner with prominent New York law firm Milbank to create an annual eight-day executive training program for associates.
Harvard Law School Professor Alan M. Dershowitz will join Wikileaks founder Julian P. Assange’s legal defense team, according to a Wikileaks statement released yesterday.
Harvard Law School altered the 2011 schedule for their annual Early Interview Program, moving on-campus recruiting to mid-August and allowing second years to finish the entire interview process before the beginning of classes.
Mitchell Reich, a second year at Harvard Law School, was elected the first openly gay president of the Harvard Law Review.
Harvard Law School announced that it would appoint Nancy Gertner and Stephen E. Shay as professors of practice on Friday in a recognition of their accomplishments during their careers in the legal community.
The co-director of Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center has called upon Facebook and Twitter to abide by a code of conduct that prioritizes user rights.
A Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruling earlier this month held that banks had wrongly foreclosed on two homes in July 2007.