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October 28-30, 2011
Classes of 1951, 1956, 1966, 1981, 1991, Emeritus Club
Nearly 600 alumni and guests returned to Cambridge for Reunion Weekend in late October to enjoy a wonderful weekend with classmates and friends. During the reunion, alumni engaged in an exciting selection of lectures, panels, symposia, receptions, dinners, and tours. They heard from HLS professors who spoke about their research, learned more about exciting new initiatives on campus, and connected and reconnected with old friends (view the program).
Many reunion participants heard from Dean Martha Minow who highlighted some of her key priorities at HLS including her commitment to strengthening the ties between the legal profession and practice, and new faculty appointments while also looking at other programs that cross-pollinate with other disciplines through the Harvard network. She underscored the important role that alumni play in the life of the School and encouraged their feedback and suggestions.
The Honorable Stephen G. Breyer ’64 and David H. Souter ’66 Associate Justice (retired) celebrated with classmates and reunion attendees while discussing a myriad of issues facing the Court with Dean Minow (view slideshow). Alumni panels tackled the issues of the financial crisis (watch video). While Kathleen Sullivan '81 and Laurence Tribe '66 (watch video) held a fascinating conversation on Thirty Eventful Years and Julius Genachowski '91 and Jonathan Zittrain '95 provided an in depth view of the Future of the Internet (watch video).
The weekend was topped off with cocktails and dinner on Saturday night and a Sunday brunch at The Harvard Faculty Club.
It was wonderful to have so many alumni back on campus. If you were unable to join us, we hope to see you in Cambridge soon. It is not the same without you!
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