Professor Jeannie Suk

News and Interviews

Paris Match, Mathilde Laurelli, Quand Beyoncé copie Topshop, August 25, 2010

Harvard Magazine, Craig Lambert, Real Fashion Police, July-August 2010

Harvard Crimson, Jackson F. Cashion & Eric T. Justin, Humanities Center Fellow Addresses Abortion Discourse, April 15, 2010

Connecticut Lawyer, Francis J. Brady, President’s Message, There’s Something Happening Here, March 2010 (reprinted by permission of the Connecticut Bar Association)

Harvard Crimson, Tyler G. Hale, Harvard Law Professor Advises Schumer on Fashion, March 9, 2010

Boston Globe, Christopher Muther, If the Shoe Fits, They’ll Copy It, March 7, 2010 (profile)

Harvard Law Bulletin, The Laws of Unintended Consequences, Dec. 11, 2009

Harvard Law Bulletin, The Law Professor and the Movie Star, Dec. 11, 2009

Rorotoko, Cover Interview, December 4, 2009

Chronicle of Higher Education, Nina Ayoub, Home is Where the Law Is, October 30, 2009

New Hampshire Public Radio, Judge Orders Home-Schooled Girl to School, Sept. 9, 2009

National Post, Nathalie Atkinson, How this Jacket Got Jacked, June 6, 2008

Toronto Star, David Graham, Like Herding Copycats, May 15, 2009

Harvard Gazette, Harvard and Radcliffe Win Guggenheim Fellowships, April 16, 2009

Dan Rather Reports, HD Net, The Castle Doctrine, Feb. 4, 2009

National Review Online, Carol Iannone, Academic Feminism Spills Over Into Family Law, Oct. 30, 2008

ABC News, Dads and Custody Battles: A Law Professor Weighs In: Jeannie Suk Discusses Why Fathers May Be at a Disadvantage, Sept. 22, 2008

“A Trip to Cambridge,” in Alec Baldwin with Mark Tabb, A Promise to Ourselves: A Journey Through Fatherhood and Divorce 189-200 (2008)

American Bar Association, Perspectives, Cynthia L. Cooper, Women Supreme Court Clerks Striving for “Commonplace,” Vol. 17. No. 1, Summer 2008.

Harvard Crimson, Lightening the Load, April 2, 2008

Harvard Law Bulletin, Ask the Professor: Divorce by Prosecutorial Demand, Spring 2007

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