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Students flocked to hear Supreme Court Justices Thomas and Ginsburg at HLS. On Jan. 29, Justice Clarence Thomas visited and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg came on Feb. 4.
HLS debuts first edX course; 100 million grant from NFL Players Association; Free legal help for enterprising students; Meltzer named ALI director; Peter Barton Hutt: Celebrating 20 years at Harvard; World of words contributors; and Gillian Grossman ’14 elected president of The Harvard Law Review.
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Lawrence Lessig marked his appointment as Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School with a lecture titled “Aaron’s Laws: Law and Justice in a Digital Age.”
On Feb. 15, a panel of legal and public-health scholars gathered at HLS to weigh in on the topic at a public forum, discussing gun violence and gun policy and the prospects for meaningful reform in a post-Newtown landscape.
A group of 25 HLS students worked around the clock the weekend of Feb. 22 to 24 to confront the question of content-use policies for HarvardX, and what they may mean for Harvard University and the future of education.
Italy and South Africa are 5,000 miles apart, but at the annual international party hosted by the LL.M. class on Feb. 16, the countries were suddenly neighbors, with students from each country handing out their favorite traditional treats while dressed as gondoliers or rugby players.
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