Henigsons endow visiting professorship in Human Rights

During the 30th anniversary of the Harvard Law School Human Rights Program, Professor Gerald Neuman ’80, co-director of the Program, announced the establishment of the Henry J. Steiner Visiting Professorship in Human Rights, which was endowed in 2013 by the late Robert Henigson ’55 and his wife, Phyllis, leading supporters of the Program for over two decades.

Anita Hill at HLS: From awareness to action

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Anita Hill, along with her former legal adviser, Harvard Law Professor Charles Ogletree, and Nan Stein, senior research scientist at Wellesley’s Centers for Women, came together at Harvard Law’s Wasserstein Hall to view a screening of the 2013 documentary “Anita,” and to talk about what has changed since she started a national conversation about sexual harassment in 1991.

Ogletree convenes panel on life after Ferguson (video)

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A panel convened by Harvard Law School Professor Charles J. Ogletree Jr., director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, reflected on what the recent crisis in Ferguson, Mo. means for broad policy issues, including racial discrimination, political disenfranchisement, policing, and the criminal justice system.

Eric Lesser wins primary race

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Last spring, Eric Lesser took a leave from his Harvard Law School studies to run for a seat in the Massachusetts Senate. In September, he won the Democratic primary and will move on to the November election in his bid to represent First Hampden and Hampshire District.