Check out this photo of Ted Cruz checking off George W. Bush’s win in the Texas governor’s race in 1994. Cruz was then a student at Harvard Law School. But what you may not know is that Cruz was a thespian. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen! During his first year at Harvard Law, Cruz was in...
Yik Yak, domain names, fake Nigerian princes. Even for a presidential candidate with a Harvard Law School degree, the Internet can be a confusing, unpredictable place. Perhaps this was one of the lessons that Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-Texas) team learned Monday. Show More Summary
"The divide that exists in our country isn't between political parties," says Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in his presidential campaign kick-off video. "It's between Washington and the rest of us." That's a typically populist note for a Republican candidate to strike, but... Show More Summary
Laurence Tribe, constitutional law professor at Harvard Law School and of-counsel at the firm Massey & Gail LLP, recently testified in front of the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce against the proposed U.S. EnvironmentalShow More Summary
Executive and regulatory over reach, aka trashing the Constitution? Even Lawrence Tribe has problems with the Obama agenda: As President Obama forges ahead in his fight against climate change, a leading Harvard Law School scholar says a central piece of the president’s strategy is akin to “burning the Constitution” merely to advance an environmental agenda. […]
(Paul Mirengoff) Ted Cruz and Tom Cotton are similar in several respects. Both attended top Ivy League colleges and graduated from Harvard Law School. Both are extremely intelligent. Both were elected to the U.S. Senate as darlings of many conservatives. Show More Summary
Who was the first person to ask for reparations for slavery?
PETA President Ingrid Newkirk‘s passion for defending animals has led her to spend time in a Pennsylvania prison for disrupting pigeon shoots, take over a fur designer’s office, pull... The post PETA Founder to Hold Open Forum at Harvard Law School appeared first on PETA.
You are cordially invited to join Reason and the Harvard Law School Federalist Society in Cambridge for a book talk and reception tonight in celebration of Reason Senior Editor Damon Root's new book, Overruled: The Long War for Control of the U.S. Show More Summary
You are cordially invited to join Reason and the Harvard Law School Federalist Society in Cambridge for a book talk and reception in celebration of Reason Senior Editor Damon Root's new book, Overruled: The Long War for Control of the U.S. Show More Summary
Co-authored by Kerry Richards, J.D. candidate at Harvard Law School Alan Dershowitz--famed defense attorney and former professor at Harvard Law School--has been accused of being one of the individuals who were provided with an underage "sex slave" by Jeffrey Epstein, Dershowitz's friend and client. Show More Summary
Some of it is calculated: But some of it is subconscious, as Eric Posner explains: To investigate the role of motivated reasoning in the sort of institutional flip-flops that politicians and judges engage in, Harvard Law School professor Cass Sunstein and I conducted a series of surveys. In one, we asked people whether President Bush […]
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LEGAL EDUCATION NEWS: Harvard Law School Prevails in Defamation Lawsuit by 2009 Grad Over Plagiarism Reprimand.
Lisan Goines, a graduate of Harvard Law School, is the name identified as the mistress of 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft, the International Business Times recently reported. IBT reports that the New York Post also identified and reported on Lisan Goines being involved in an affair with Kroft. Show More Summary
National Law Journal, Harvard Law Prevails in Graduate’s Defamation Lawsuit: Harvard Law School did not defame a graduate by reprimanding her for plagiarizing a law review article, a federal judge has ruled. Judge Rya Zobel of the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts granted summary judgment in a lawsuit brought in...
Harvard Law School botched two sexual assault complaint investigations, according to a Department of Education report released last week. In one, the school took more than a year to resolve a complaint, did not allow the complainant to participate, and ultimately reversed a decision to dismiss the accused from the......
New Year's Eve: Organ: The Declining LSAT Scores of Law School Matriculants Osofsky Reviews Zelenak's Custom and the Rule of Law in the Administration of the Income Tax Department of Education Finds That Harvard Law School's Sexual Assault Policy Violates Title IX The IRS Scandal, Day 601 New Year's Day:...
Yves here. This article about Harvard Law School's endowment applies just as well to other well-heeled professional schools. And in many respects, the way these endowments operate reveals what "professionalism" has come to mean in America: fealty to monied interests.
Some leading feminists, including our own Alexandra, on what they hope to accomplish in 2015. The Department of Education has found that Harvard Law School violated Title IX in their failures in addressing sexual assault. Nicki Minaj...Show More Summary