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What Fidel Castro Taught Me About the Radical Left

I didn’t realize how many Americans actually hate their own country until I talked about Fidel Castro at Harvard Law School. I had no idea how many Americans despise democracy and have no problem with tyranny – so long as they’re in charge – until I talked about Castro in Manhattan. Show More Summary

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Apparently ‘The Swamp’ Now Extends To Jews At Harvard Law School Above The Law Overtime Rule Is But The Latest Obama Initiative To End In Texas Court How Appealing Docs May Be Entering Full Panic Mode For New MACRA Rule MedCity News Iran And China Are Strengthening Their Military Ties Breaking Energy

Sandy Levinson Receives Hateful Postcard

Sandy Levinson (Texas), who is visiting at Harvard Law School this semester, received this hateful postcard in the mail: His wife, Cynthia Levinson, asked folks to share the postcard.

Solidly pro-life Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo selected as CIA director

The Republican is a former Army officer and Harvard Law School graduate who has consistently voted pro-life in Congress.

Donald Trump eyeing Ted Cruz for attorney general: report

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

President-elect Donald Trump is considering former rival Sen. Ted Cruz for U.S. attorney general, according to reports. Mr. Trump met Tuesday with Mr. Cruz, a Harvard Law School graduate who previously served as associate deputy attorney general at the Justice Department. The possibility of putting...

Six Negotiation Strategies for Complex Business Disputes

In a recent article on the Daily Blog of Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation, the authors outlined six strategies for maximizing value during negotiations. While the article focused on business negotiations – deal-making in the course of commerce – the strategies discussed can be equally applied to negotiations focused on resolving business disputes as...

Janet Reno, First Female U.S. Attorney General, Dies At 78

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Janet Reno, the first female attorney general of the United States, has died of complications from Parkinson’s, relatives told the AP and CNN. She was 78. A graduated of Harvard Law School, Reno became attorney general under President Bill Clinton in 1993. Show More Summary

First Circuit Affirms Judgment For Harvard Law School In Defamation Lawsuit By Graduate Reprimanded For Plagiarism

Following up on my previous post, Harvard Law School Prevails in Defamation Lawsuit by 2009 Grad Over Plagiarism Reprimand: National Law Journal, Harvard Grad Reprimanded for Plagiarism Loses Appeal: Harvard Law School has prevailed again in court against a 2009 graduate who sued for defamation and breach of contract after...

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Colleges Enlist Growing Army of Title IX Enforcers. Earlier this…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Colleges Enlist Growing Army of Title IX Enforcers. Earlier this year, the Harvard Law School professors Jacob Gersen and Jeannie Suk coined the term “bureaucratic sex creep” to describe the steady expansion of official regulation surrounding sexual conduct and discussion, especially on college campuses. Show More Summary

Harvard Law Fellow Files Brief Supporting Appeal of Animal-Exhibitor Licensing Case

Delcianna Winders, the academic fellow of Harvard Law School’s Animal Law & Policy Program, whose research specializes in the administration of the federal Animal Welfare Act (AWA), has just... The post Harvard Law Fellow Files Brief Supporting Appeal of Animal-Exhibitor Licensing Case appeared first on PETA.

John Perry Barlow: Grateful Dead Songwriter Needs A Miracle

If you read his resume, you might assume that John Perry Barlow is sitting pretty in his golden years, able to afford everything he needs for the rest of his life. The man is, after all, a Fellow at Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society and a well published author whose work... Show More Summary

No, State Governments Have Not Been the Sacred Hearths of Human Liberty in America. Why Do You Ask?

The extremely-sharp Miles Kimball quotes Randy Barnett, who is... not so: Randy Barnett: [Growing up, I was like most Americans in my][] reverence for the Constitution… Until I took Constitutional Law at Harvard Law School. >The experience was completely disillusioning, but not because of the professor, Laurence Tribe, who was...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Can Do More Push-ups Than You

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a remarkable woman for many reasons: She was one of just nine women in her class at Harvard Law School, for example. Her daughter, Jane, was 14 months old when she started at Harvard Law, and despite dividing her time between her daughter and her studies, ... More »

My Love-Hate Relationship With My Harvard Law Degree

Huffington Post: My Love-Hate Relationship With My Harvard Law Degree, by Stephanie Barnes Taylor (CEO, The Fruition Group): I recently attended a Celebration of Black Alumni at Harvard Law School. It has been held every five years since 2000. I last attended in 2011, and I could not help but...

Just 16 counties are fueling America’s use of the death penalty

Just 16 counties in the US are driving the use of the death penalty, despite a nationwide movement away from the sentence, a new report from the Harvard Law School's Fair Punishment Project has found. The "outlier counties" — scattered...Show More Summary

Fear And Loathing In Cambridge: How Julian Bond Changed My Life And Harvard University

My life changed forever in 1989. I was a second year (2L) at Harvard Law School, and I was very unhappy. I knew that I should appreciate my good fortune in attending one of the nation's most celebrated law schools, but I was not grateful. Show More Summary

Death Of Bernie Aidinoff

M. Bernard Aidinoff (Sullivan & Cromell, New York) died on August 8 at the age of 87. From the New York Times obituary (guest book): He graduated from the University of Michigan (Phi Beta Kappa) and the Harvard Law School (Magna Cum Laude) where he was an editor of the...

"He stood out by the things he didn’t do — which was spend all of his time trying to impress you somewhat desperately..."

"... which is a characteristic of the majority of the people who graduate from Harvard Law School.... That’s one of the things that made him likable and genuine."From the class of 1983....

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