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Emmy M. Cho
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Comedy Club to Move Into Vacant Curious George Store Space in 2022
The Comedy Studio will relocate from Somerville to Harvard Square in 2022, taking over the space on JFK Street that was formerly occupied by the Curious George Store.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan Judges Moot Court Competition at Harvard Law
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan preside over the final round of the Law School’s annual Ames Moot Court Competition Tuesday night.
Harvard Law School Announces $10 Million Endowment for Animal Law & Policy Program
Harvard Law School announced the establishment of a $10 million endowment for its Animal Law & Policy Program last Wednesday, funded by the Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law and Policy.
Palestinian Poet, Journalist Speaks About Violence and Law at Harvard Law School Event
Mohammed El-Kurd, a Palestinian poet and journalist from East Jerusalem, spoke about the intersection of violence and law Wednesday at an event organized by Harvard Law School’s Middle Eastern Law Student Association.
Policymakers Discuss Psychedelics Reform’s Far Out Future in HLS Webinar
Psychedelics reform advocates discussed decriminalizing drugs, reducing stigma, and centering Indigenous voices in a Harvard Law School webinar on Wednesday.
Experts Unpack 'Democracy in Peril' at HLS Event
The online conversation, which was moderated by Harvard Law School professor Nicholas O. “Nick” Stephanopoulos, drew a comparison of the Law School’s efforts to emphasize voter engagement and the deepening crisis of American democracy.
HLS Democracy in Peril event
Harvard Law School professor Nicholas O. “Nick” Stephanopoulos, upper left, moderates a virtual speaker series featuring Representative John Peter S. Sarbanes (D-Md.), upper right, voting rights activist Esosa Osa, lower left, and journalist Evan L. R. Osnos ’98, lower left.
HLS Prof. Leads Appeal to Reshape Harassment Reporting For Federal Courts Employees
Harvard Law School professor Jeannie C. Suk Gersen filed a brief last month on behalf of an anonymous federal courts employee in a case that could overhaul the way the federal judiciary handles allegations of harassment within its own halls.
Harvard Law Class of 2024 Marks School’s Most Diverse in History
The Harvard Law School Class of 2024 is the most diverse in the school’s history, HLS announced Friday.
‘It’s Just So Different’: Harvard Students Return to the Classroom After 18 Months
After more than a year of Zooming into classes from across the world, Harvard undergraduates walked into classrooms Wednesday to start their fall courses.