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  • Bringing Blockchain to the Cowboy State

    Bringing Blockchain to the Cowboy State

    Caitlin Long ’94 left Wyoming for Harvard Law School and the career on Wall Street that followed, but she’s never forgotten her home state or its only university.

  • No Crime to Be Poor

    No Crime to Be Poor

    There is no shortage of serious legal issues facing poor people in Greater St. Louis, especially people of color, says Blake Strode ’15, who was born and raised in the area. Just three years out of HLS, Strode is back home fighting the criminalization of poverty as executive director of ArchCity Defenders, a nonprofit civil rights law firm in St. Louis that has filed landmark cases that have already improved the lives of tens of thousands of low-income people.

  • HLS Authors 12

    HLS Authors

    Summer reading: From a queer critical legal studies approach to law reform, to a memoir about growing up bi-racial, to a biography of Chief Justice Marshall.

  • Harvard Law School Association News

    From the Palazzo del Quirinale to the Lizard Lounge

    Harvard Law School Association events bring together alumni around the world.

  • On the Street Where He Lived

    On the Street Where He Lived

    Thanks to Peter Trooboff ’67, a plaque now marks the building in Lviv, Ukraine, where his mentor international law Professor Louis Sohn LL.M. ’40 S.J.D. ’58 spent part of his childhood in the 1930s.

  • A Musical Second Act

    A Musical Second Act

    Glenn Feit Sr. ’57, longtime New York City corporate attorney, had an “unexpected turn of career” in the last seven years and is now a musician in the Hamptons (on the East End of Long Island, New York).