It didn’t take long for the U.S. Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee to deliver Claude Pepper ’24 to the top of its list. His nearly 50 years of public service and many accomplishments inspired immediate support from the committee, which recommends stamp subjects to the postmaster general. On September 7, 2000, one day before the 100th […]
The first group of 27 Heyman Fellows was recognized at an inaugural dinner of the Harvard Law School Program on Government Service held in Washington, D.C., in the fall. Established last fall with a $5 million gift from Samuel J. Heyman ’63, chairman and CEO of GAF Corporation, the program encourages HLS students to pursue […]
Professors Gary Bellow, Abram Chayes, and James Vorenberg Harvard Law School lost three of its great citizens during one week in April. Though we mourn their loss, we also rejoice in the privileged opportunity to continue their work. Gary Bellow, Abe Chayes, and Jim Vorenberg had much in common. All of them provided long-term devoted service to Harvard Law […]
“So far, so good,” says Patricia Bryan ’80 of her job as legal counsel to the U.S. Senate, a position she has held since June 1.
Belinda Smith Walker ’71, executive director of Girls and Gangs (G&G), and partners in law and public activism Stephen English ’75 and Molly Munger ’74 are all Harvard alumni residing in L.A.
Wilma A. Lewis ’81 is the new U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia.