Harvard Law School
As the Law School enters its third century, questions about its purpose and duty to the world have caught the attention of its students, faculty, and alumni.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth A. Warren came up for tenure at Harvard Law School in 1993, and her review proved a flashpoint in the ongoing discussion about gender at the school.
Students at Harvard and other schools have raised concerns in recent months that the agreements will cover up harassment and discrimination.
Following the highly selective process, some students find it challenging to navigate making crucial connections to land their ideal clerking jobs, while others face difficulties balancing their career choices with paying off student loans.
Law School Dean John F. Manning ’82 said administrators have been focused on the school’s capital campaign and the bicentennial—"We will think about replacing the seal at some future point."