Hearsay: Excerpts from faculty op-eds Fall 2004

“If the pattern holds, then the record industry’s response to file sharing–trying to block the technology altogether–would generate the worst of all possible results. To its credit, the industry has started to participate in paid music download services like iTunes, but a better solution would be to institute a monthly licensing fee paid by Internet […]

A Class Unto Themselves

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.

The Bill of Wrongs

The word leaps off the page. It is unmistakable, unavoidable. Nigger. In Bryonn Bain’s view, the word still resonates in the heart and soul of the institutional powers in America. The word and all it conveys became manifest after he was arrested in his native New York City and held overnight for a crime he […]

Lani Guinier: present and visible

New faculty member Lani Guinier talks about her decision to come to HLS, her commitment to experimenting in the classroom, law school “gamesmanship,” and the importance of creating a “learning community.”