The Year of the Copyright


In October, the Supreme Court heard a challenge to the constitutionality of a law extending copyright by 20 years. But the question posed by the case, says Assistant Professor Jonathan Zittrain '95, is whether copyright can last forever.

Visa Not American Express


A Harvard Law School student works a few weeks in a London firm over the summer and can’t get back to the United States in time for his fall semester.

Both Sides Now


By the time Guhan Subramanian J.D./M.B.A. '98 left the Harvard Business School faculty for the HLS faculty last summer, Harvard Law School had transformed the 1L experience from when he was a student.

A Firm Cause


Ask most Harvard Law School students, and they are likely to tell you that social causes and law firms don't mix.

Here She Comes?

Miss America 2003

Erika Harold should not be confused with Elle Woods. Even though she did show her brains in the end, Woods, played by Reese Witherspoon in "Legally Blonde," was, let's face it, a bit lacking in the gravitas department.