Mary E. Klotman M.D., dean of Duke University School of Medicine and vice chancellor for health affairs at Duke University, recently sat down with David B. Wilkins, Lester Kissel Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and faculty director of the Center on the Legal Profession (CLP), for a conversation on how medicine has changed […]
HLS Professor Mnookin, who for many years chaired the school’s Program on Negotiation, joins two other Harvard-affiliated professors in a study of the former secretary of state’s public and private deal-making, based on extensive interviews with Henry Kissinger on negotiation strategy and tactics.
On Thursday, May 25, the Harvard Law School Class of 2018 received their diplomas at a ceremony on Holmes Field, and celebrated their graduation with family, friends, and picture-perfect New England weather.
Kicking of the Harvard Association for Law & Business’ seventh annual symposium on Feb. 26, a panel of top-level executives in the financial world explored the possibilities of crossing over from a legal to a financial career.
In early December, the Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession (CLP) hosted two major events in India to celebrate the publication of ‘The Indian Legal Profession in the Age of Globalization: The Rise of the Corporate Legal Sector and its Impact on Lawyers and Society.’
Prof. David Wilkins, vice dean for Global Initiatives on the Legal Profession and faculty director of Harvard Law School’s Center on the Legal Profession (CLP), recently sat down to discuss CLP’s project on Globalization Lawyers and Emerging Economies (GLEE) and what lies ahead for the innovative program.
This fall, the Harvard Law School Library hosted a series of book talks by HLS authors, with topics ranging from Justice and Leadership in Early Islamic Courts to a Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment. As part of this ongoing series, faculty authors from various disciplines shared their research and discussed their recently published books.
A room that was meant to offer a respite from the rigors of the Harvard Law School curriculum became a portal to exploring some of the most important issues in American law.
An eclectic group of forward thinkers takes a longer view and imagines what decades from now might hold for HLS and its graduates.
It took an all-star team of panelists to honor the scope and influence of Charles Ogletree’s career last week at HLS—eminent friends, students and colleagues all paying tribute to a man that the world knows as a leading force for racial equality and social justice, and that the Harvard community knows affectionately as Tree.