An election law course examines doctrine and asks students to consider ‘the way things ought to be, and how to make them happen’
“How could you hold your politicians accountable if they are making it harder for you to vote?” This is among the questions addressed by election law, says Guy-Uriel Charles, questions that are "core to any modern democracy.”
Recent organizing victories are significant, says Sharon Block, yet this remains ‘a very challenging time for the labor movement’
Recent organizing victories are significant, says Sharon Block, yet this remains ‘a very challenging time for the labor movement.’
A new book by a Harvard Law student provides a roadmap for ‘better disagreements’
In the world of formal debate from which Harvard Law School student Bo Seo ’24 hails, disagreement is not a faux pas, something uncomfortable to suppress or avoid. Instead, it’s the whole point.
The exhibition by metaLAB (at) Harvard & FU Berlin was shown at Harvard Art Museums
The exhibition, organized by metaLAB, reflected on the many ways social media influences our lives and the world around us — for good or for ill.
Harvard issues report on the university’s connections to slavery
A report issued in April by the Presidential Committee on Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery details Harvard University's many ties to slavery and the long history of discrimination against Black people by the university long after slavery was abolished by the 13th Amendment.