Deception spreads faster than truth on social media. If a healthy democracy relies on an informed populace — or at least one not deliberately disinformed by malicious actors — then the prevalence of disinformation is an existential threat. What, if anything, can or should be done? Continue Reading
A film by Jeannie Suk Gersen highlights the drama and import of the Critical Legal Studies movement
Ais has been immersed in a blend of advocacy, legal scholarship, and community building.
To retain the public’s trust, Justice Breyer argued, changes should come not from political reform, but in recommitment to ideals within the Court itself and in the American people.
Retiring faculty Betsy Bartholet and Jerry Frug are celebrated by former students.
Alumni Notes and Newsmakers
“The fact that we can have a free conversation about everything that’s wrong is what makes this country right,” says Jacobs.
Wendy Jacobs, one of the nation’s most highly celebrated environmental law experts, was the founding director of the first-ever environmental law and policy clinic at Harvard Law School.
Harvard Law School Lecturer on Law Susan Cole made it her life’s work to help schools and policymakers understand the impact of trauma on learning.
A brilliant intellect and devoted, compassionate teacher, Harvard Law School Lecturer on Law David Cope taught at the school for more than 20 years.
Gustave Hauser ’53 was a cable television pioneer and, with his wife Rita Hauser ’58, a dedicated supporter of Harvard Law School.