The Right Fit?

Kathryn Spier book Tailored Lawsuit illustration- HLB Fall 2015

Litigation is often seen as an either/or proposition. You either settle out of court or go to trial and leave the outcome entirely in the hands of a judge or a jury. But Professor Kathryn Spier has researched another option: whereby parties go to trial with an agreement in place on the ceiling and floor for the plaintiff’s recovery.

The state of the podcast: An earlier internet technology roars back to prominence


When students walk across Harvard Yard with earbuds in, they could be listening to music or talking on the phone. But nowadays, there’s a good chance they’re listening to a podcast. What listeners may not know is that podcasts started right here at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society in 2003.

Greg Stohr ’95 on Covering the Supreme Court


At a September 15 event sponsored by the Harvard Law School Dean’s Office, Greg Stohr ’95, Supreme Court reporter for Bloomberg News, gave a talk to students, staff and faculty about how the public’s understanding of legal news and developments has changed over his 17 years of reporting on the nation’s highest court.