Deception spreads faster than truth on social media. Who — if anyone — should stop it?
Putting the 2020 race in historical context and considering its impact on our democracy
From grappling with the challenges of an unprecedented health crisis to addressing longstanding racial injustices, HLS affiliates respond
From law and forgiveness to politics and the integrity of the Supreme Court to an insider’s view on foreign policy, HLS faculty tackle big issues with scholarship, candor, and compassion
How have U.S. presidents found ways to expand their powers to achieve their goals?
Bringing slavery's legacy to light
Four HLS professors consider whether the old rules apply when the enemies don’t wear uniforms and are willing to die with their victims. Continue Reading
A Harvard Law School professor says a unilateral war on terror will not succeed. His solution: contain and isolate extremists by repairing frayed alliances and finding common ground with mainstream Islam. Continue Reading
Christopher Cox ’76 (’77) and Jane Harman ’69 sit on different sides of the aisle, but the urgent threat of terrorism unites them. Continue Reading
It was December 2002 when House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt called Jamie Gorelick ’75 to offer her the last Democratic slot on the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States. Continue Reading
Children, according to Professor Charles Fried, are natural lawyers.