Invisible Wounds of War

Helping veterans recover from sexual trauma

Invisible Wounds of War Veterans Clinic HLB Fall 2016

Military sexual trauma—rape or sexual harassment during military service—is a fast-emerging issue in the nation’s care for veterans and one focus of an HLS clinic.Continue Reading »

A Work in Progress

Moyn researches the history of human rights while considering their limitations

HLB Fall 2016 Samuel Moyn

Harvard Law Professor Samuel Moyn ’01 discusses the potential and the limitations of the human rights movement when it comes to creating just societies.Continue Reading »

Sharing Ideas for Shareholders—and Others

An HLS blog becomes the go-to forum on corporate governance

HLB Fall 2016 Corporate Governance

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation blog has been serving as a forum for exchange of ideas and debate among lawyers, executives, institutional investors, academics and regulators for the past 10 years.Continue Reading »

Taking on a New Cause

Diagnosed with Alzheimer's, Ogletree vows to fight it

HLB Fall 2016 Charles Ogletree

HLS Professor Charles Ogletree ’78 announced this summer that he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and said he will work to raise awareness of the disease and its disproportionate effect on African-Americans. In sharing his story and putting a spotlight on this disease, he is continuing his lifelong efforts to help others. Continue Reading »