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
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.
Many alumni have made a fortune for their clients and themselves in the investment world. Five of them talk about how they do it–and why stock market fluctuations don’t keep them up at night. Continue Reading
Professor Charles Ogletree Jr. ’78 and Randall Robinson ’70 want to educate Americans about the lasting impact of slavery. A lawsuit will be part of that education. Continue Reading
Scott Harshbarger ’68, the president of Common Cause, is charged with reinvigorating the venerable watchdog organization. Continue Reading
The current Strategic Plan builds on changes that have taken place at HLS over the last 30 years. Continue Reading
In two new books, a TV censor writes about what he saw and an anti-censorship attorney writes about what children should see. Continue Reading