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On his 70th birthday—and the anniversary celebration of the Constitution’s signing—retired Supreme Court Associate Justice David Souter ’66 shared some perspectives on the Constitution and his plans for retirement.
What will libraries in 2075 look like? Can copyright law be re-engineered? Should we trust Google to make decisions in the public interest? Those were some of the questions discussed at “Alternative Approaches to Open Digital Libraries in the Shadow of the Google Book Search Settlement,” a conference which took place at Harvard Law School on July 31.
Scott and Coates testify before Senate; The low-down on downloading; Professors submit open letter to SEC; Supreme clerks; Minow named to Legal Services Board; HLS financial columnists; and Million-dollar miss
Assistant professors of Law I. Glenn Cohen ’03 and Benjamin Roin ’05 are the new co-directors of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at HLS.
In Jesse Fried's 2004 book, “Pay without Performance,” with Lucian Bebchuk, he described problems that have since become widely recognized in the wake of the financial crisis. In this interview, he discusses what caused these problems.
Four students, Yoon Suk Choo, Dominique Winters, Anne Siders, and Brad Adams, reflect on summers of growth and challenge.
In Sanders Theatre, Minow greets students in her first address of the academic year.
Just two days after making her debut before the Supreme Court on Sept. 9, Solicitor General and former Dean Elena Kagan ’86 returned to HLS to give students an insider’s account of her new role. HLS Professors Fried and Manning joined the former dean in a panel discussion.
The resilience of the U.S. Constitution, the nation’s founding document, was put to the test Sept. 17 by a number of scholars who challenged its legacy and effectiveness.
The Joseph Berry Keenan Digital Collection of manuscripts and photographs from the Tokyo Trial is now available for the first time online at the Harvard Law School Library Web site. The collection, which exists only at Harvard, was gathered by Joseph B. Keenan ’13 during his tenure as chief counsel in the International Prosecution Section for the Allies for the Tokyo Trial.
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