Former legal adviser to the National Security Council during the Bush administration says 20 years after 9/11, he’s frustrated there hasn’t been more progress toward an international legal framework for dealing with terrorism.
A counterterrorism czar in the Bush administration, and the first-ever assistant secretary of the Treasury for terrorist financing and financial crimes, says the U.S. needs to reconceptualize what power means in the 21st century.
As a high school student volunteering with Teen Court, Jordi Torres ’13 thought that a legal career in public service might be right for him. Years later, Harvard Law School’s Low Income Protection Plan (LIPP) enabled him to pursue that desire.
“We were prepared for everything with regard to this last election cycle, except for the levels to which people would stoop to try to stop democracy and deny the voice of the people,” says Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson ’04.