Making Herstory

Ayesha Malik paves the 
way for women on 
Pakistan’s Supreme Court

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Ayesha Malik LL.M. ’99 has used her position, inside and outside the courtroom, to advocate for women in the legal system. “This is not a burden,” she says. “This is my calling.”

‘A Good Time to Serve One’s Country’

Clark Maser earns 
France’s highest honor for 
World War II heroism

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This past April, 77 years after Clark W. Maser ’51 arrived in Marseille to help liberate France from Nazi occupation, he was proclaimed a knight of the Legion of Honor.

An Ounce of Prevention

Justin Herdman aims to 
solve problems before they 
make headlines

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“Lawyers are supposed to be problem solvers," says Justin Herdman ’01, "and that means identifying problems before they are at your doorstep.”

At the Top of His Game

National Football League referee Ron Torbert reaches the pinnacle of his profession: Officiating the Super Bowl

Ron Torbert

Ron Torbert ’88 had been preparing for the moment for more than 30 years.

HLS Authors: Selected Alumni Books Summer 2022

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From “American Shtetl” to “South to America”