Five U.S. senators, former U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch ’81, and federal judge Merrick B. Garland ’74 joined six Supreme Court Justices at Harvard Law School this weekend.
The one former and five current Justices, including Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. ’76 and former Law School dean Elena Kagan, all attended the Law School as students and returned for the evening.
Business school administrator Margaret W. Busse has announced her candidacy for Mass. state Senate as a Republican.
The Harvard Law School student government will conduct a mental health survey in early November as part of a broader effort to address mental health issues on campus.
Charles J. Ogletree Jr. founded both the Criminal Justice Institute at the Law School and the Charles Hamilton Houston Center Institute for Racial Justice.
The Low Income Protection Plan obligates students to pay a portion of their income each year toward their law school debt, while Harvard Law School commits to covering the rest.
The Harvard Law Review selected more female editors than male editors to join the prestigious journal’s ranks this summer.
I learned that even though I thought I had to be alone to figure out my thoughts, sometimes another person can help you sort them out.
Despite rainy weather, crowds of Harvard Law School students, staff, faculty, alumni, and their families gathered in Jarvis Field Friday night for an event recognizing the school’s contributions to the arts as part of its bicentennial celebrations.
The protest took place over the course of the day as the Army and Air Force conducted interviews for their JAG corps, which allows students to serve in the military while completing their legal education.
Northwestern and Georgetown law schools have also begun accepting the GRE, a test typically used for non-professional graduate school admissions.
The plaque is dedicated to slaves owned by the Royall family, whose donations helped endow Harvard Law School.
In a memo to the Department of Education, the faculty members push for revisions of Obama-era Title IX standards that govern how universities respond to campus sexual harassment and assault..
Though all of the committee’s faculty members signed the report, only two of four student members did so.
The Considine Family Foundation has endowed a Harvard Law School professorship in honor of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin G. Scalia, the school announced Friday.