Jim Koch ’71, JD/MBA ’78, founder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company and creator of its flagship Samuel Adams brew, shared the story of his unique journey with students when he returned to Harvard Law School on March 6 for a conversation with Dean Martha Minow.
The Food+ Research Symposium, which was hosted by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, the Harvard Kennedy School Sustainable Science Program, and the Harvard Center for the Environment, brought together 22 faculty speakers from eight Schools last Friday to deliver seven-minute presentations on the nexus of food, agriculture, environment, health, and society.
The 2015 Harvard Law School Parody Beauty v. the Beast, which ran from Feb. 27 to March 3, drew sold-out audiences of students, faculty members, and visitors. Staged annually since the 1980s by the Harvard Law School Drama Society, the Parody serves as a creative outlet for many students at the law school.
National concerns over racial justice lead to campus introspection, discussion, research, and action They are short, stark sentences, seared into the public consciousness in recent months: Hands up, don’t shoot. I can’t breathe. Black lives matter. The killings of unarmed black men by white police officers last summer—the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, […]
On Friday, Feb. 6, after several town hall meetings in which Harvard Law students and faculty shared their experiences and observations of discrimination and systemic injustice, as well as hopes for pedagogical and cultural shifts at the law school, the HLS community convened to discuss a somewhat more familiar law school topic: legal and policy reforms.
Susan Crawford has been appointed clinical professor of law at Harvard Law School. She had been the John A. Reilly Visiting Professor in Intellectual Property at HLS. She has also been a faculty co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society since 2012. “Susan Crawford’s teaching, writing, and public service make her a genuine […]
And discussions have continued into the new year about the policy and procedures of police, prosecutors and the community at large.