Dean Elena Kagan gave her annual “state of the school” address in Ames Courtroom this week to mark the beginning of the academic year. Click here to watch an archived webcast of the address.
Dean Elena Kagan sent the following letter to the Harvard Law School community today, outlining some of the school’s efforts to assist those affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Dean Elena Kagan ’86 believes public service should be part of every lawyer’s life. At Harvard Law School, there are now more opportunities than ever to get involved.
After columnist Robert Novak published leaked information in July 2003 revealing that Valerie Plame, the wife of a prominent critic of the Bush administration, was a CIA operative, a special prosecutor launched an investigation to determine who was responsible for the leak.
On the basis of yesterday’s decision by the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals enjoining the enforcement of the Solomon Amendment, Harvard Law School will return to its prior policy on employers’ use of our Office of Career Services (OCS)…
Dean Elena Kagan ’86 begins her tenure by responding to school needs–and our questions.
An Essay by Rachel S. Arnow-Richman ’95.
Today Elena Kagan became the 11th dean of Harvard Law School. Appointed in April by Harvard University President Lawrence Summers, Kagan succeeds Robert Clark, who served as dean for 14 years.
For many years after HLS began admitting women, male faculty still predominated. That’s changed, and women faculty members talk about what their presence has meant for the school and for themselves.
Professor of Law Elena Kagan will be the next Dean of Harvard Law School, President Lawrence H. Summers announced today. A leading scholar of administrative law, Kagan has served on the faculties of both Harvard Law School and the University of Chicago Law School, in addition to holding senior legal and policy positions in the federal government. An alumna of Harvard Law School and a former law clerk to the late Justice Thurgood Marshall, Kagan will succeed Robert C. Clark, the Royall Professor of Law, who in November announced plans to conclude his service as dean on June 30, 2003, following fourteen years of distinguished service.