John F. Manning ’82, a constitutional law scholar and long-serving Law School professor, will be the next dean of Harvard Law School.
As debates over free speech roil campuses nationwide, many say Harvard has been comparatively—if not entirely—quiet.
As it enters its third century, the Law School is judiciously reviewing some of its long-held practices.
A small handful of Harvard students were there in Roxbury to watch a crucial moment in Boston history unfold.
Harvard Law School’s Junior Deferral Program will expand to accept applications from undergraduate juniors at colleges and universities nationwide in the fall of 2017.
Four Harvard Law School students are demanding that the Law School clarify how it considers applicants who have been accused or found guilty of sexual assault.
Samantha Power, the former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, has been jointly appointed to faculty positions at Harvard Law School and the Kennedy School.
Ten Harvard Law School student affinity groups have endorsed Professor David B. Wilkins ’77 to be the next dean of the Law School.
Neil M. Gorsuch became the 113th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Friday, joining five other Harvard Law School attendees on the nation’s highest legal body.
The words “House Master” still adorn the doors of some Faculty Deans’ residences, parking signs for their cars, and emails sent by at least one Faculty Dean.
Ruth L. Okediji, an property lawyer and professor, will join the Harvard Law School faculty as a tenured professor and co-director of the Berkman Klein Center in July.
Sally Q. Yates, the former Acting Attorney General of the United States whom President Donald Trump fired in January, will be the Law School’s 2017 Class Day speaker.
Remembering Will Zhang, peers recall an intelligent, humble friend with a passion for Greek philosophy, international law, and finding the best steak in Toronto.
Will Zhang, a first year Harvard Law School student, died Thursday, according to an email from Law School Dean Martha L. Minow.
Two students from Harvard Law School’s Immigration and Refugee Clinic argued that the United States was no longer a “safe country” for refugees before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington, D.C. Tuesday.