Every American who heard about the April 19 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oaklahoma City reacted
Several members of the Harvard Law School class of 1958 announced yesterday that they are launching a new public interest
Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law Laurence H. Tribe '62 defended himself this weekend against charges brought against him in a
A New York lawyer is suing Tyler Professor of Constitutional Law Laurence H. Tribe '62 and Harvard Law School for
Anthony G. Evans, a materials science expert, has accepted a tenure offer in the Division of Applied Sciences, department officials
Say goodbye to political bickering as we know it. Put aside those law books and clear out of Langdell's stuffy
At a ceremony attended by approximately 250 yesterday, the Law School's International Legal Studies building was renamed the Reginald F.
Spring Break was a busy time for Law School professors, as three of them argued cases before the Supreme Court.
Anita V. Hill urged Americans, and law students in particular, to work harder to deal with this country's sexual harassment
About 25 law students held a silent vigil yesterday outside a meeting in which the faculty was reportedly voting on
Professor of Law Christopher F. Edley Jr, who has taken a leave of absence to serve in the Clinton administration,
The Law School faculty voted yesterday to offer a tenured position to Visiting Professor of Law Elizabeth Warren, a member
In a speech kicking off the Black Student Association's celebration of Black History Month, a national leader for Black youths
Between the first and second periods and again between third and fourth (yes, fourth) periods, the Harvard and Hobomock women's
On Monday nights the MBTA sometimes calls it quits before the City Council. Council meetings, filled with long discussions of