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Harvard Law School

Following SFFA Attorney’s Comments at Event, Harvard Law Students Debate Discrimination Against Asian Americans

Students engaged in debate over comments about discrimination against Asian American students during a Harvard Law School event. At the event, some students laughed and shouted their agreement after lead Students for Fair Admissions lawyer Adam K. Mortara made a quip about personality ratings differences.

Langdell Hall
Student Groups

Harvard Law School Student Leaders Call for Release of 2017 Mental Health Survey Data

Harvard Law School Spokesperson Jeff Neal wrote in an emailed statement Thursday that the data was presented at a March 2018 meeting after data collection concluded in January 2018.

Ralph Nader in Austin Hall
Harvard Law School

Ralph Nader Urges Harvard Law Students to Pursue Public Service in Talk

Former United States presidential candidate Ralph Nader urged Harvard Law School students to enter public interest legal careers at a lunchtime event Wednesday.

Adam K. Mortara
College

Lead Trial Lawyer for SFFA Criticizes Ruling in Harvard Admissions Lawsuit

Students for Fair Admissions’s lead trial lawyer Adam K. Mortara denounced the recent ruling in the Harvard admissions lawsuit, arguing at a Harvard Law School event Tuesday that the judge had misinterpreted the case’s facts and legal precedents.

Adam K. Mortara
On Campus

Adam K. Mortara

Adam K. Mortara — the head lawyer for Students for Fair Admissions — answers questions from Harvard Law School students after speaking at an event hosted by the Harvard Federalist Society Tuesday afternoon.

Wasserstein Hall
Student Life

Harvard Law School Student Government Works to Improve Course Evaluation Site

Harvard Law School Student Government Co-Presidents Princess Daisy M. A. Akita ’15 and Daniel M. Egel-Weiss are working with University officials to change the Law School’s current course evaluation to make it more similar to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ Q Guide.

Wasserstein Hall
Harvard Law School

Wasserstein Hall

Harvard Law School Student Government is the body which advocates on behalf of HLS students for improvements and policy changes.

Law School in The Summer
Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School Looks to Expand Public University Representation in Junior Deferral Program

Harvard Law School is looking to increase its number of Junior Deferral Program applicants from public colleges and universities, the assistant dean for admissions said in an interview Monday.

Law School in The Summer
Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School Maintains 2018 Application Spike

Last year’s Harvard Law School application increase may not be a one-off — the high application numbers have stuck around for another cycle.

Law School in The Summer
College

Law School in The Summer

Students eat lunch outside of the Harvard Law School Library. The Harvard Law School Class of 2022 is 50 percent women and 45 percent people of color.

Rosovsky Hall
Hillel

Epstein ‘Facilitated’ — But Didn’t Actually Fund — Wexner’s Donation to Construct Harvard Hillel Building, Director Says

Harvard donor and convicted sex offender Jeffrey E. Epstein “facilitated,” but did not contribute money to, the leading donation that funded the construction of Harvard Hillel’s building, according to Hillel Executive Director Rabbi Jonah C. Steinberg.

Graduate Student Council
Graduate School of Design

Graduate Student Council

Harvard Graduate Council President Bryan O. Buckley and Vice President Chanthia C. Ma speak at the group's first meeting of the semester Monday.

Kennedy School
Harvard Law School

Harvard Kennedy School Donor Glenn Dubin Implicated in Epstein’s Alleged Sex Ring, Unsealed Filings Allege

Glenn R. Dubin was among those implicated in Jeffrey E. Epstein’s alleged underage sex trafficking ring by court records unsealed Aug. 9.

Harvard Law Review
Race

Lawsuit Alleging Harvard Law Review Discriminates in Member Selection Process Dismissed

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit Thursday that was brought against the Harvard Law Review in October alleging the legal journal violates federal anti-discrimination laws in its member and article selection policies.

Langdell Hall
Race

Harvard Law School Students Say School Improperly Addressed Racist, Sexist Texts

Four Harvard Law School students contend that the school did not take meaningful action to address a series of racist and sexist messages sent anonymously to the students after an investigation failed to determine the messages’ origins.

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