Andrew Manuel Crespo ’08 and Premal Dharia, leaders of the ambitious new Institute to End Mass Incarceration, take aim at ‘one of the defining civil rights issues of our time’
A Harvard Law School clinic works to overturn a federal policy in D.C. that advocates say leads to racial injustice and contributes to mass incarceration.
If all the world’s a stage, Frankie Troncoso ’21 has an outsized role to play.
The Last Lecture Series at Harvard Law School, sponsored annually by the 3L and LL.M. class marshals, is an HLS tradition in which selected faculty members impart insight, advice, and final words of wisdom to the graduating class.
Like artists, lawyers must interpret and decipher the world around them, said Andrew Manuel Crespo ’08, Professor of Law, during his Last Lecture for graduating Harvard Law School students.
During a remote year, the group launched a mentoring program, hosted alumni panels, and created innovative ways to connect with members around the world.
President Biden appointed 16 members of the Harvard Law School community — seven faculty and nine alumni — to a new presidential commission on the Supreme Court of the United States.
Experts discuss the myriad ways money and wealth influence criminal processes and outcomes as part of the yearlong “Policing in America” colloquium series, led by Harvard Law Professors Alexandra Natapoff and Andrew Manuel Crespo.
Premal Dharia, founder and director of the Defender Impact Initiative, is joining Harvard Law School as the inaugural executive director of the Institute to End Mass Incarceration.
A look back at the year at HLS.