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America's Next Great Pundit? With Finals Coming Up, Maybe Not.

As you may have read earlier this week, The Washington Post recently named Jeremy L. Haber, a joint J.D./M.B.A. student at HLS and the B School, as one of its four remaining finalists in the newspaper's "America's Next Great Pundit" contest. Unfortunately, the Internet has voted, and Haber came in fourth, receiving about 7 percent of the vote in the seventh round. Legal tabloid Above The Law has reported that Haber chalked up his loss to difficulties balancing the competition with his schoolwork.

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Haber probably spent too much time here.

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Students Protest Stupak Amendment

Dozens of students rallied yesterday in front of the Harvard T station to protest the Stupak amendment, which would prohibit coverage of abortions by publicly funded health-insurance plans.

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Drug Crime Expert Criticizes Sentencing Policies

A Baylor law professor delivered a litany of criticism against the American approach to prosecuting cocaine-related charges before an audience of students at Harvard Law School yesterday.

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Baylor law professor Mark Osler gives a talk on the history of crack cocaine and its impact on the legal system at the Harvard Law School.

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HLS Student Is Pundit Finalist

Old media may be dying, and career paths into journalism may be rapidly evaporating, but one Harvard Law School student may have found a shortcut from Langdell to the top of the Washington Post opinion page.

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Alums Battle to Fill Kennedy Senate Seat

Businessman Stephen Pagliuca and social activist Alan Khazei ’83—both contenders in the election to fill the late Senator Kennedy's U.S. Senate seat—battled it out yesterday in a debate held at the Harvard Law School.

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Fellowship to Fund Public Service Law

Harvard Law School has unveiled a new public service fellowship that will fund legal work in the public interest sector, ...

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HLS Mock Trial Returns Victorious

The Harvard Law School Trial Advocacy Team took first place at a national competition held in Puerto Rico by triumphing ...

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Child Advocacy at Law School

Two experts on child advocacy urged law school students to use creative means to effect social change during a Harvard Law School course yesterday, emphasizing the need for lawyers to train in issues pertaining to child protection.

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Harvard Alum Accused of Arson

A recent Harvard Law School graduate has been accused of setting fire to a New York City chapel that houses ...

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Dr. Allen White spoke yesterday at Harvard Law School on "Sacred Cows and Conventional Wisdoms: Redesigning Corporate Governance for the 21st Century."

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Harvard Law Talk Stresses Corporate Responsibility

A lecture by a corporate structure specialist at Harvard Law School yesterday featured free burritos and some unconventional thought on the civic responsibilities of corporations.

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Martha Minow Faces Challenges

Harvard Law School has a history of acrimonious relationships with its administrators, but when Martha Minow was appointed dean this ...

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