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  • Hooked on Mueller probe? HLS student’s blog posts are must-reads 1

    Hooked on Mueller probe? HLS student’s blog posts are must-reads

    Though Lawfare’s masthead is stocked with seasoned legal firepower from across the country, two of the national security blog’s most widely discussed stories in the past few months were co-authored by Sarah Grant, a highly accomplished yet stunningly modest third-year at HLS.

  • Student Voices: Guiding permanent residents through the naturalization process with Project Citizenship

    Student Voices: Guiding permanent residents through the naturalization process

    Andrew Patterson '20 shares a reflection on his time spent working as an advocate for Legal Permanent Residents throughout the naturalization process with the local organization Project Citizenship.

  • Recording Artist Project and Entertainment Law Clinic at HLS

    Making it big behind the scenes

    With the help of Harvard Law's Entertainment Law Clinic and Recording Artists Project (RAP), students with a passion for music and the arts are following their dream careers in showbiz.

  • Video: Trauma at the Border

    Video: Trauma at the Border

    A recent event at Harvard Law School brought together scientists and lawyers to start a dialogue on neuroscience, trauma, and justice as part of the Project on Law and Applied Neuroscience, a collaboration between the Petrie-Flom Center at HLS and Massachusetts General Hospital.

  • Law students help young immigrants start anew

    Law students help young immigrants start anew

    Through the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, one of 30 clinics providing legal assistance at Harvard Law School, dozens of HLS students are taking on high-stakes cases for vulnerable clients.

  • Redressing Harm through Restorative Justice

    Redressing Harm through Restorative Justice

    The 2019 Harvard Negotiation Law Review symposium, “Redressing Harm Through Restorative Justice,” focused on the challenges of addressing power imbalances and trauma through implementation of restorative practices within communities.

  • Fred Korematsu and His Fight for Justice 21

    Fred Korematsu and his fight for justice

    The Harvard Asian Pacific American Law Students Association performed “Fred Korematsu and His Fight for Justice,” a re-enactment of the trial and events surrounding Korematsu's challenge of Executive Order 9066, which ordered the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.

  • Alford receives the Li Buyun Law Prize 2

    Alford receives the Li Buyun Law Prize

    William P. Alford ’77, the Jerome A. and Joan L. Cohen Professor of East Asian Legal Studies at Harvard Law School, has received the Li Buyun Law Prize from the Shanghai Institute of Finance and Law, a leading Chinese academic society.

  • Jenkins to Join Harvard Law Faculty as Professor of Practice

    Jenkins to Join Harvard Law faculty as professor of practice

    Alan Jenkins ’89, president and co-founder of The Opportunity Agenda, a social justice communications organization, will join the Harvard Law School faculty as a professor of practice in July.