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Suits: Who Actually Turned Mike In

The moment he made that decision, the fact that he had lied about going to Harvard Law School in order to get the gig became a burden on his shoulders once more, and following the USA drama?s midseason finale, the news has been out that Mike Ross is a fraud, at least according to an anonymous tip.Click To Continue Reading

Plutocrats United Event at Harvard Law School February 19 at Noon

Excited for this ACS event:   Professor Rick Hasen Book Talk: “Plutocrats United” February 19, 2015 12 p.m. WCC B015 Join us for a conversation with Professor Rick Hasen about his new book, “Plutocrats United: Campaign Money, the Supreme Court, and the Distortion of American Elections.” … Continue reading ?

More Access to the Law, But at What Cost?

Harvard Law School has had about two months to work on its newest project, Free the Law. I was of two minds. I shed tears for all the tomes in the collection were being sliced off to digitize the pages but cheered at the access that this will grant myriad customers. Yet, the access this project creates may cost more than those working on it intend.

Michelle Obama says Barack was a bum in high school

Barack and Michelle Obama met while working at a top law firm in Chicago, after they both graduated from Harvard Law School. But Barack didn't always have the work ethic that made him president. Story by Jacob Shamsian and editing by Adam Banicki Follow INSIDER on Facebook Follow INSIDER on YouTube Join the conversation about this story »

A startup is teaming up with Harvard Law School to 'free the law'

Can you apply big data to the legal industry? That's exactly the question Daniel Lewis and Nik Reed, the co-founders of Ravel Law, asked when they were law students at Stanford. They were frustrated with the old way of doing legal research,...Show More Summary

Harvard Law to Digitize Entire Collection of U.S. Case Law

2 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Harvard Law School is digitizing its entire collection of U.S. case law and making it available for free online, the first time such a collection is available to the public.

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Which Tribe Are You?

(Steven Hayward) Lawrence Tribe is one of the liberal eminences at Harvard Law School, author of a leading constitutional law casebook (that for many editions failed to include the text of the Constitution, until Ed Meese embarrassed...Show More Summary

Is the Law School Crisis Affecting Harvard?

Bloomberg, Is the Law School Crisis Affecting Harvard?: Harvard Law School accepted 55 students who transferred from other schools in 2015, according to data recently released by the American Bar Association. In the four prior years, the school never took in more than 35 transfer students. Harvard Law is one...

“Supreme Court, Meet Reality”

Larry Noble: Recently, it was reported that in an interview at Harvard Law School, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy commented that campaign finance disclosure is “not working the way it should.” Justice Kennedy’s statement provides an important insight into why … Continue reading ?

Dean Minow: How’s That Investigation Going?

(John Hinderaker) I wrote here, here and here about an alleged hate crime at Harvard Law School, the placing of pieces of black tape over pictures of African-American professors at Wasserstein Hall. The law school’s administration launched an investigation of the incident. Show More Summary

Crazy Harvard Dean: ‘Microagressions’ As Bad as Rape

Lunatic and Dean Martha L. Minow Crazy Harvard Law School Dean Martha L. Minow told Michigan graduates “microaggressions” are as... The post Crazy Harvard Dean: ‘Microagressions’ As Bad as Rape appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Chronicle:At Harvard Law, A Sex-Assault Case That Won't Go Away

Chronicle of Higher Education, At Harvard Law, a Sex-Assault Case That Won't Go Away: Nearly five years ago Kamilah Willingham, then a student at Harvard Law School, told university officials that a fellow student, Brandon Winston, had sexually assaulted her and a friend. Since then the case has been adjudicated...

Feldman:Do Christians, Muslims And Jews Worship The Same God?

Bloomberg View: One God for Christians, Muslims and Jews? Good Question, by Noah Feldman (Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Harvard Law School): Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God, as Pope Francis and suspended Wheaton College professor Larycia Hawkins affirm? Or are Allah and the Christian deity two different...

Education For Children With Disabilities Is A Global Right

A recent news story about Haben Girma, the first deaf-blind person to graduate from Harvard Law School, is inspiring and extraordinary. Haben attended public schools in the U.S. and received her undergraduate degree from Lewis and Clark College before attending Harvard. Show More Summary

Harvard Launches “Free the Law” Digitization Project

It took Harvard Law School (HLS) nearly 200 years, since its founding in 1817, to amass its collection of United States case law reporters—one of the world’s largest collections of legal materials. It will take the HLS Library aboutShow More Summary

Campus Rape Radicals Threaten Dissenters, Disregard Due Process

I don’t say this often, but I can’t deny the truth — I’m proud of the faculty at Harvard Law School. Last October, more than two dozen signed a letter protesting Harvard’s revised sexual misconduct policy, rightly pointing out the policy was both overbroad and denied due process to the accused. Show More Summary

An Argument About Sexual Assault and Race at Harvard Law School

This is a piece on a subject about which I may soon be prevented from publishing, depending on how events unfold. Last month, near the time that CNN broadcast the documentary “The Hunting Ground,” which focuses on four women who sayShow More Summary

Obama's 'ISIL czar' tasked with getting US response in sync

Nearly 25 years after they were students together at Harvard Law School, these days Obama and Malley cross paths mostly in the Situation Room, where Malley's role is to ensure the countless U.S. agencies fighting IS work in tandem despite...Show More Summary

Harvard Law Students Issue 7-Page List Of Demands In Wake Of Racial Unrest

Following up on my prior posts: Students Demand Harvard Law School Remove Slaveholding Imagery From Its Seal (Nov. 3, 2015) Harvard Law Students React To Vandalism On Portraits Of Black Law Profs (Nov. 23, 2015) Different Perspectives On The Racial Unrest At Harvard Law School (Nov. 27, 2015) A group...

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