A corporate boards and governance course gives students insight into the nuances of high-level decision-making
Imagine that you’re on the board of IBM, and the opportunity comes to partner with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to counter infant mortality. A no-brainer, right? Not necessarily, if you have shareholders to satisfy and a bottom line to maintain.
A new technology fellowship multiplies the impact of Harvard’s legal clinics
It takes a lot of preparation to rev up a new case. That’s true in all law offices, including Harvard’s legal clinics. As a clinical law student who was cross-enrolled in an undergraduate computer science course, Jeffrey Roderick ’17 wondered whether he could streamline the process through technology.
For more than 50 years, Alan Stone has invited students to answer life’s difficult questions
In Alan Stone's classes, his delight in teaching is palpable, and the topics can be startling.
Naz Modirzadeh on why international law may not have the answer
This spring, the Harvard Law Bulletin spoke with Professor of Practice Naz Modirzadeh, founding director of the HLS’ Program on International Law and Armed Conflict (PILAC) and co-author of the report “Indefinite War: Unsettled International Law on the End of Armed Conflict,” about the failure of international law to provide guidance on war’s end.