Founded in 1910 to “educate and assist students,” the Board of Student Advisers, the Law School’s oldest service organization, celebrates its 90th anniversary this year. From BSA’s early days as adviser to first-year students, through its years of teaching legal research to 1Ls to help them compete in the Ames competition, the organization has influenced […]
Harvard Law School’s Appleseed Electorial Reform Project, inaugurated last summer seeks to increase voter participation and ensure that residents’ interests are represented through lawmakers and by the referendum process.
Dean Robert Clark ’72 announced this spring an extensive expansion of Harvard Law School’s loan forgiveness program, making it one of the most generous programs of its kind in the country.
Professor Henry Steiner ’55, founder of the program, reflects on the agenda of HRP at Harvard and beyond, and the HLS graduates “battling in the trenches” for the human rights movement worldwide.
Were four entrapped spelunkers, whose hunger ultimately drove them to eat the fifth member of their group, guilty of murder, and should their sentence—death by hanging—be upheld?