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Faculty Statement 'in Support of' Dershowitz

By Courtesy of Nancy Gertner
Thirty-eight Harvard Law School faculty have signed a statement "in support of" professor emeritus Alan M. Dershowitz in wake of accusations that he had sexual relations with an allegedly trafficked minor. Two more Law School professors—Charles R. Nesson ’60 and Lewis D. Sargentich—have added their names to the statement since it was shared with The Crimson early Thursday.

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