Retiring faculty Betsy Bartholet and Jerry Frug are celebrated by former students.
Homeschooling reform advocates Elizabeth Bartholet and James Dwyer discuss meaningful homeschooling regulations to prevent abuse and promote higher educational standards.
Betsy showed that advocacy can be married with academia and modeled how to unapologetically take a stand.
In evaluating President Biden’s first 100 days, Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Bartholet says the president has been a champion for children and families, but she hopes he will also reform the current homeschooling regime .
As President Joe Biden approached his 100th day in office, Harvard Law Today asked faculty members and researchers from across Harvard Law School to weigh in on the new administration’s agenda, actions, accomplishments, and failures to date.
As more schools plan for remote learning, Elizabeth Bartholet and James Dwyer argue that school districts, child protective services, and other agencies across the nation must adopt new safeguards to prevent and respond to incidents of child maltreatment.
Dylan Asafo LL.M. ’20 plans to use his HLS education to help address the inequalities facing communities of color in New Zealand and the wider Pacific region.
Nationally renowned child welfare expert Elizabeth Bartholet wants to see a radical transformation in homeschooling.
Mentorships between Harvard Law School professors and the students who followed them into academia have taken many forms over the course of two centuries.
Four members of the Harvard Law School faculty have called on the U.S. Department of Education to revise the Obama Administration’s policies enforcing Title IX in matters of sexual harassment and sexual assault on college and university campuses.