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
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer ’64 talks with the Bulletin in chambers. Continue Reading
So, what, exactly, is an “activist judge”? Most judges say they don’t have time to think about it. Continue Reading
When Navi Pillay LL.M. ’82 S.J.D. ’88 was growing up in South Africa, there was no international court in which apartheid could be prosecuted as a crime against humanity. Now there is–and she’s on it. Continue Reading
A day-by-day account of the run-up to the Ames Moot Court Finals–and some thoughts afterward from the chief justice of the state of Ames (aka David Souter ’66) Continue Reading
Scott Worden '00 tackled legal challenges in historic elections in Afghanistan