News and Views from the HLS Community
A Word of Trouble
A hypothetical: A reporter is going to interview Professor Randall Kennedy. The reporter says to a group of coworkers: "That is one righteous nigger."
Keep on Truckin'
Wesley Fastiff '59 has one of the country's most spectacular views.
At Home on the Range
Alexander "Sasha" Volokh '03 has started Harvard Law School's first target shooting club, for fun and trouble.
Boston to Brussels. Fast. Very fast. Less than three hours fast. This is Frank Davidson's dream.
A Roommate with a View
When he was a college student, Michael Kleinman '03 shared a room in Yemen for five weeks with a fellow American.
School to Institute Pro Bono Requirement
First-year students entering HLS in the fall of 2002 will be the first required to meet the pro bono service standards of the law school's Strategic Plan.
To the Mountaintop
Not everyone would trade a top job at the Department of Justice to teach at a brand-new law school nestled deep in the Appalachian Mountains.
If you think every Harvard Law School student is, by definition, a shining star, the first line sticks with you like a chicken bone in your throat.
Bill Clinton and Mikhail Gorbachev were there, but Dean Robert Clark
' 72 made sure he spent some time with the biggest celebrity in the house.
Marla Grossman '93 warns that it's not exactly a feel-good movie.
The Write Way
It is incumbent upon legal practitioners formulate their compositional efforts in a straightforward fashion.