In this Issue
Special Section: Law and Leadership
The Long View
As two alumni vie for the presidency, HLS historians reflect on law and leadership.
Most Likely to Succeed?
Alumni remember the two presidential candidates as students.
Exit Interview with Barney Frank ’77
What he’ll miss most, what he’ll do next, and the song he can’t get out of his head
Carrying the Tea Party Banner
Senate candidate Ted Cruz ’95 wants to limit federal government.
A run for state office by a student committed to public service
Also featured in this issue:
A Harvard program immerses students in legal and business training.
A Question of Accountability
In a Supreme Court case, the International Human Rights Clinic argues that the Alien Tort Statute applies to corporations.
From the Dean
Briefs: Heard on campus 50 years ago; Heard on campus this summer; HLS citings; Art appreciation
On the Bookshelves: Klarman on gay marriage and backlash; Gasser and Palfrey on interoperability
Faculty Viewpoints: Greiner on voter ID laws
Class Notes: Freedom fighter; The Puzzle; Competing ambitions; Journeys of discovery; Prosecutor on the Potomac; Supreme reporting; International security interests; Startups and upstarts
Tribute: Professor Roger D. Fisher ’48, 1922-2012
Leadership Profile: Barry Volpert ’85
Gallery: A Storied Digital Collection