On March 10, two teams of students will take part in the illustrious HLS’ Ames Moot Court Competition. For the first time in its 110-year history, the competition will be conducted virtually, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Experts discuss the myriad ways money and wealth influence criminal processes and outcomes as part of the yearlong “Policing in America” colloquium series, led by Harvard Law Professors Alexandra Natapoff and Andrew Manuel Crespo.
As the trial of Donald Trump takes place in the Senate on charges of inciting the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol, renowned journalist Bob Woodward wondered during a Harvard Law School-sponsored webinar on Wednesday whether Trump also could have been impeached for his role in the COVID-19 crisis.
Group led by Harvard Law School’s Animal Law & Policy Program petitions the president to immediately rescind key policies that restrict the government’s consideration of harms from greenhouse gas emissions on protected animals.