Courting Recovery

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It wasn’t long before newly elected Judge Karen Freeman-Wilson ’85 began to know the defendants by their first names–they just kept coming back to her Gary, Ind., courtroom.

The Sorrow and the Hope

Benjamin Ferencz ’43 had an opportunity Eli Rosenbaum could never have–to bring Nazis before a criminal tribunal. In 1947 Ferencz served as chief prosecutor in the Nuremberg trial of 22 SS officers, including six generals, accused of mass murder.

The Mumia Chronicles

Mumia – Fall 2001

Sometimes it seems that Daniel Williams ’86 is still on the case. When he talks about a new trial for Mumia Abu-Jamal and the defense strategy and the public relations campaign and the possibility that a client he represented for nearly ten years could be executed, Williams speaks like an advocate girded to continue the fight of his career.

James Vorenberg [1928-2000]

Roscoe Pound Professor of Law James Vorenberg, 72, the ninth dean of Harvard Law School, former Watergate associate special prosecutor, and first chair of the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission, died on April 12, 2000, of cardiac arrest.