A new HLS initiative examines the legal and ethical aspects of therapeutic psychedelics
As mental illness skyrockets and the development of new medicines stagnates, some are looking to an ancient treatment.
HLS class explores possibilities for a central bank digital currency in the U.S.
A Harvard Law class explores possibilities for a U.S. central bank digital currency, which would be sheltered from the wild fluctuations in value for which crypto is known.
A second-year law student on second chances, building community, and trying to find his place in the grand scheme of things
“It’s an honor to be around my friends and my professors," says Rehan Staton — “being able to converse with them in person has meant a lot to me.“
Reimagined Reginald F. Lewis building reopened in January as a cutting-edge research center
With a focus on fostering collaboration and community, the modernist building has been transformed into a 21st-century work environment.