Tackling a Big Job

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When she was a girl, Megha Parekh’s parents expected her to come home with all A’s on her report card. And she did. Her mother also wanted her to play the flute. And she did … pretty much the exact opposite, banging on a drum set while listening to Metallica. She has been meeting and defying expectations ever since.

A ’60s Experiment with a Ripple Effect

A ’60s Experiment with a Ripple Effect

During an event at Harvard Law School last year celebrating its 40 clinics and student practice organizations, Van Lanckton ’67 was delighted to hear about so many opportunities for students to work in the public interest today. But he also felt a sense of pride and nostalgia as he recalled the legal services experiment he and hundreds of other students had been part of more than 50 years earlier—at a time when clinical education did not exist at the school and change was in the air.

HLS in Congress

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Harvard Law School graduates across the country won political victories in the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives as part of the nation’s 2018 midterm elections.

Q&A with Norman Eisen ’91

Norm Eisen

An HLS education’s value for an author: One of the things I first learned how to do at HLS was how to assimilate large amounts of evidence, gather them up, find the thread that runs through them and tell a story. My message to aspiring authors out there is, this is a good additional utilization […]