Another ‘Angry Granny’ for Climate Justice

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In a recent conversation at HLS with Dean Martha Minow, Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland and U.N. special envoy on El Niño and climate change, told the story of how she came to be an “Angry Granny” on the topic of climate change, starting with her discussions with people in the most deeply affected communities.

Freeman on what’s next for climate change policy

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Regulations to fight climate change likely will be casualties of the incoming Trump administration, but environmental experts taking stock of the changing American political landscape said that work in the field will continue elsewhere and that a broad-based rollback of U.S. environmental protection will prove easier said than done.

New Harvard report addresses legal and ethical factors affecting players’ health

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The Football Players Health Study at Harvard University today released a set of legal and ethical recommendations to address a series of structural factors that affect NFL player health. The Football Players Health Study is a research initiative composed of several ongoing studies examining the health and wellbeing of NFL players.

Blind Ambition for Universal Accessibility: A screening and discussion with Kristin Fleschner

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In October, Kristin Fleschner ’14 returned to the Harvard Law campus to share with current students her work in disability rights and her experiences as a blind lawyer. Her talk was followed by a showing of “Blind Ambition,” a documentary that she produced as a 2L with the support of the Dean of Students Office.

Gallery: HLS gathers for Election Day 2016

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Students, faculty, and guests entering Harvard Law School’s Wasserstein’s ground-floor lounge on election evening were greeted by two large sheet cakes decked out with red, white, and blue balloons, along with stars made of frosting.

Examining Election 2016: Faculty and scholars weigh in

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The 2016 presidential race — and the many events and controversies surrounding it — have prompted HLS scholars to share their viewpoints, to examine the political landscape and to address issues that will have national and global consequences far beyond November 8.