The Class of 2022 celebrated Class Day outdoors with friends and family, faculty and staff, and special guests.
Niko Bowie, Molly Brady, Stephanie Robinson, and Jon Hanson gave the gift of knowledge to soon-to-be graduates in their Last Lectures, an annual Harvard Law tradition.
In the first of this year’s Last Lectures, Professor Jon Hanson challenged students to think about what justice really means — and whether it’s truly provided by the American legal system or even taught in law school.
Alan A. Stone, the Touroff- Glueck Professor of Law and Psychiatry Emeritus in the faculty of law and the faculty of medicine at Harvard, died Jan. 23. He was 92.
Oscars-style event back in person for its fifth year, celebrating student short films on tort law and justice.
Harvard Law alum Daniel Aaron ’20 thinks high obesity rates among people of color may be another legacy of ongoing racism in America.
This Saturday, October 3, 2020, the Systemic Justice Project at Harvard Law School and the Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center at Howard University School of Law will launch a year-long pilot project called “The Justice Initiative” with the first of 10, three-hour programming sessions.
Lee Mestre helped to coordinate Harvard Law School student aid efforts after natural disasters in New Orleans and Puerto Rico. Now she’s using that experience to help law students support people in Massachusetts affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
A night of glamour at HLS to celebrate student films on tort law and justice.
It was Thursday night and the Ames Courtroom was decked out for a Hollywood-style awards ceremony–1Ls and their dates arrived in tuxes and ball gowns while a jazz combo played, and anticipation was in the air. The winter’s first snow was falling outside, but in Austin Hall, the Tortys had come to town.