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Jonathan M. Berlin

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DUNNE DEAL

I T'S MIDMORNING on a chilly weekday in late May, and Cara A. Dunne is strolling around her native Dunster

Law Profs Approve Renovation Plans

Faced with the deterioration of the Law School's 84-year old central library, law professors yesterday approved initial plans for the

Flyers Allege Ethical Violations

Several students distributed flyers yesterday throughout the Law School, charging that its weekly newspaper has allowed a noted campus activist

Law Profs Discuss Renovations

The Law School's faculty spent most of yesterday afternoon discussing proposals for what could be the school's most ambitious construction

Students Form New Pro Bono Group

While the Law School's faculty prepares to vote on a mandatory pro bono requirement later this month, three Harvard law

NFL Appoints Heymann To Investigate Patriots

The National Football League has selected a Harvard law professor to investigate an incident of alleged sexual harassment involving several

Out of the Classroom and Into the Fire

His adversary was General Abdul Gamal Nasser, the president of Egypt, but Roger D. Fisher '43 was determined to get

Breaking Ground and Exploring New Fields

If you didn't know better, you might think that economist Claudia D. Goldin, like so many other women academics, broke

Breaking Ground and Exploring New Fields

If you didn't know better, you might think that economist Claudia D. Goldin, like so many other women academics, broke

Breaking Ground and Exploring New Fields

If you didn't know better, you might think that economist Claudia D. Goldin, like so many other women academics, broke

HLS Students Hold Vigil Outside Faculty Meeting

Continuing last spring's series of protests for greater representation of women and minorities on the Law School's faculty, about 70

Turow Following In His Footsteps

It's hard enough to make a successful career in one field these days, but Scott Turow seems to have defied

K-School Forum to Host Mock Hearing on Souter

Although the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee David H. Souter '61 do not begin until next month, legal and

U.N. Passes Boycott Of All Iraqi Exports

With the White House still discussing military possibilities" and American forces in striking distance of Iraq, the United Nations (U.N.)

A Very Predictable Beginning to Voice Over, But an End That May Leave You Speechless

It's almost a shame that Scott Turow's novel Presumed Innocent was such a smash two years ago, because several million

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