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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia ’60 will give the inaugural Herbert W. Vaughan lecture tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 p.m. The event will be open to members of the Harvard community.
Four individuals with Harvard Law School connections have been named to Esquire Magazine’s list of the 75 most influential people of the 21st century: Professor Noah Feldman, Samantha Power ’99, Barack Obama ’91, and Supreme court Justice John Roberts ’79.
Staff and students from the WilmerHale Legal Services Center’s Health Law Clinic attended this year’s United States Conference on AIDS last month, where they introduced and described their new program to educate the public about the current state of health care law.
In an op- ed “Fight for the Family Home” published in the October 10, 2008 edition of The New York Times, Eric Nguyen ’09 argues for reform of bankruptcy laws.
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa were honored this weekend at a conference at Harvard Law School sponsored by the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice.
HLS Assistant Clinical Professor of Law Alex Whiting moderates a HLS special event: How a CEO and a Lawyer Became Felons: Two Inside Stories of White Collar Crime; A Talk with Former Prosecutors and Offenders.
On Saturday, October 18th, the Harvard Law School crew raced in the 44th Head of the Charles Regatta, competing against over 60 club eights from around the country.
Harvard Law School and Stanford Law School jointly hosted the inaugural Harvard-Stanford International Junior Faculty Forum on October 17 and 18. Held on the Stanford campus this year, the annual conference seeks to bring together leading younger scholars from throughout the world beyond the US.
Justice Richard J. Goldstone, the Learned Hand Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School this semester, was honored with the prestigious MacArthur Award for International Justice yesterday. Goldstone is a former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia.
The following essay, “Protect Financial Consumers,” was co-written by Professor Elizabeth Warren and her daughter Amelia Warren Tyagi. It will appear in the November 7, 2008, edition of Harper’s Magazine and is part of a special forum in the magazine entitled, “How to save capitalism.”
Harvard Law School’s “Setting the Standard” campaign has raised $476,475,707, making it the most successful fund-raising drive in the history of legal education.
Finn M.W. Caspersen ’66 and Peter Krause ’74 were honored for their service to Harvard Law School at this year’s annual fall reunions, which took place on October 24-26 at HLS.
Celebrated filmmaker Ken Burns was joined by writer and collaborator Geoffrey C. Ward, cultural critic Stanley Crouch and Harvard Kennedy School professor Edward Schumacher-Matos in a panel discussion on the role of race in Burns’ documentaries.
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