Four days before the first 2008 presidential debate takes place in Mississippi, a panel discussion at HLS looked at past, present and future presidential debates.
At Harvard Law School, some new answers to the question, What do future lawyers need to know?
Dean Elena Kagan ’86 has been awarded the 2008 John R. Kramer Outstanding Law Dean Award from Equal Justice Works for her extensive efforts to promote and support public service.
With the help of Harvard Law School’s new curriculum reforms, it’s getting easier for law students to take part in Harvard University’s intellectual feast.
The new curriculum embraces law’s increasingly transnational nature
The past five years have brought remarkable growth and change to Harvard Law School. Here, the Bulletin takes a time-out for a brief recap and puts five questions to Dean Elena Kagan ’86.
The National Law Journal has named Harvard Law School Dean Elena Kagan ’86 and Harvard Law School Professor Elizabeth Warren as two of the top female attorneys in the country on its list of the “50 Most Influential Women Lawyers in America,” published on Monday.
Following today’s announcement that Drew Gilpin Faust has been appointed the 28th president of Harvard University, Law School Dean Elena Kagan released the following statement:
Earlier today, Dean Elena Kagan delivered her fourth “State of the School” speech to students and other members of the Harvard Law community who assembled in the Ames Courtroom.
HLS delegation barnstorms through Asia in mid-winter tour