How have U.S. presidents found ways to expand their powers to achieve their goals?
Bringing slavery's legacy to light
Celebrating Harvard Law School’s clinics and Students Practice Organizations
Commemorating the Bicentennial of Harvard Law School
They don’t all want to be immigration lawyers, but this year, hundreds of Harvard Law School students have made immigrant rights their business.
Should the United States join the Trans-Pacific Partnership? Experts debate.
Pay for Play: Suddenly the N.C.A.A. is forced to play defense in more than one court
With more and more people deeply concerned about what they’re eating and what it means for our health, the economy, the environment, social justice, and even national security, Harvard Law School has created a new focus on food law.
As Americans travel to other countries to save money on health care or in pursuit of medical services illegal in the U.S., Professor I. Glenn Cohen looks at the implications at home and abroad.
A focus on law and leadership, as two HLS alumni—for the first time in U.S. history—are the presidential standard-bearers of the two major parties.
In a new environment, Harvard Law School is training lawyers to solve problems together.
New connections between theory and practice, from corporate law to security issues.
The Lawyerpreneurs: From social ventures to energy startups, HLS is helping students get new ideas off the ground.
A focus on the Supreme Court, as the ‘10th justice’ becomes the 9th.
Remixing Langdell—in the library and the classroom.
Points of Inflection