A Year of Living Dangerously: Erica Gaston ’07 helped rebuild shattered lives by building trust

Erica Gaston

“From 2007 to 2008, the number of civilians killed in Afghanistan’s ongoing conflict rose 40 percent, according to U.N. figures.” So begins the report co-written by Erica Gaston ’07, with Rebecca Wright, during Gaston’s Henigson Fellowship year in Afghanistan, which started in January 2008.

The Whistleblower’s Lawyer: Gaytri Kachroo S.J.D. ’02


a profile of Gaytri Kachroo S.J.D. ’02, appeared in the .

Waking to the threat matrix: How Juan Zarate ’97 survived four years inside the ultimate pressure cooker


For the last four years, Juan Zarate ’97 has not gotten very much sleep. As the deputy assistant to the president and deputy national security adviser for combating terrorism, Zarate spent countless hours poring over the National Counterterrorism Center’s threat matrix.

Letter from São Paulo: A Plane Crashes—and a Compensation System Takes Flight

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“Late Justice is not Justice, but manifest injustice,” wrote Ruy Barbosa de Oliveira (1849-1923), perhaps the most prominent jurist and statesman in the history of Brazil. I was struck by these words during my first year of law school in São Paulo.

A conversation with Abby Milstein ’76 and Howard Milstein ’77


Howard and Abby Milstein met while students at HLS. Both serve on the Executive Committee of the Dean’s Advisory Board, and on the boards of numerous philanthropic, civic and professional organizations. The Bulletin’s Margaret Salinger spoke with the couple at Howard Milstein’s offices in New York City.