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.
Wendy Jacobs ’81, one of the nation’s most highly celebrated environmental law experts and the founder of the first-ever environmental law and policy clinic at Harvard Law School, died on Feb. 1, after a long illness. She was 64.
It’s a scene we unfortunately see too often now: A white woman pulls out her phone to call the police to patrol Black people in public spaces. They become memes, the kind that are studied by Apryl Williams, a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.