Coding for Justice

It takes a lot of preparation to rev up a new case. That’s true in all law offices, including Harvard’s legal clinics. As a clinical law student who was cross-enrolled in an undergraduate computer science course, Jeffrey Roderick ’17 wondered whether he could streamline the process through technology.

Minow: Nation, President ‘need to remember and reclaim the founders’ vigilance against bigotry’

Harvard Law School Professor and former Dean Martha Minow delivered a keynote address at Newport’s Touro Synagogue. The Aug. 20 event commemorated the 70th public rereading of George Washington’s letter to the Jewish community promising that the country would give “bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance.”

Martha Minow on the legacies of Brown v. Board of Education

In a three-part lecture, Martha Minow, Carter Professor of General Jurisprudence and Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor, discusses the legacies of Brown v. Board of Education, the landmark 1954 civil rights case in which the Supreme Court declared state laws concerning the segregation of public schools to be unconstitutional.

Michael Klarman: ‘The cause of social justice needs you as much as it ever has before’

Drawing on his interests in constitutional law, constitutional history, and racial equality, Professor Michael Klarman’s Last Lecture explored the obstacles faced — and in many ways, overcome — by feminist lawyers and African-American civil rights lawyers in the middle of the last century.

Sabrineh Ardalan named assistant clinical professor of law

Sabrineh Ardalan ’02, assistant director of the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program and a lecturer in the fields of immigration and refugee law and advocacy and trauma, refugees, and the law has been appointed assistant clinical professor at Harvard Law School.