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Harvard Law School Library's Perma.cc Wins 2015 Webby Award for Best Law-Related Website

Perma.cc, a service invented by the Harvard Law School Library that helps organizations create an archive of permanent links for web citations, has won the 2015 Webby Award in the category of best law-related website.The Webby Awards...Show More Summary

Why President Obama Is Wrong on Trade

International Trade Law was surely not among the courses that President Obama taught as a law professor at the University of Chicago. In fact, I suspect he never took it as a student at Harvard Law School either. For, if he had, he couldn't...Show More Summary

The Silence of Judges on Mass Incarceration

Via Sentencing Law and Policy: U.S. District Court Jed Rakoff gave a speech at Harvard Law School last Friday about mass incarceration in the U.S. and the responsibilities of lawyers and judges. He says judges need to be more outspoken in their... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Stat Of The Week: The Working Stiffs Of Harvard Law School

Increasingly, Harvard Law students have prior real-world work experience.

75% of Harvard Law Students Do Not Matriculate Right Out Of College

Harvard Crimson, Law School Admissions ‘Actively Preferences’ Work Experience: In the last five years, work experience has played an increasing role in Harvard Law School admissions. In 2009, 40 percent of Harvard Law School’s entering class, according to data provided the school’s Admissions Office, arrived directly from their senior year...

Climate Change: Harvard Law Professor And Obama Mentor Opposes New EPA Global Warming Regs

One of President Obama’s Harvard Law School mentors is aggressively opposing the federal government’s climate change agenda in federal court. Professor Laurence H. Tribe, who has praised Barack Obama as one of his best-ever researchShow More Summary

Top Recent Downloads in Election Law on SSRN

Here:   1 605 Dividing ‘Citizens United': The Case v. The Controversy Laurence H. Tribe Harvard Law School Date posted to database: 11 Mar 2015 Last Revised: 31 Mar 2015 2 142 The Right to Vote: Is the Amendment Game Worth the … Continue reading ?

#ThrowBackThursday: Ted Cruz, Bush supporter, thespian, closet liberal?

last monthNews : The Raw Story

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...

Ted Cruz's Presidential Campaign Had a Rough First Day Online

last monthNews : Huffington Post

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

Ted Cruz, humble populist, was arrogant by Harvard Law School standards

"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

Peabody Coal Lawyer Laurence Tribe, Obama's Law Professor, Testifies in Congress vs. EPA Carbon Rule

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

The usual nonsense from the usual suspects

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. […]

Ted Cruz and Tom Cotton, compare and contrast

(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

PETA Founder to Hold Open Forum at Harvard Law School

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.

Boston: Damon Root Talks SCOTUS and Libertarianism Tonight at Harvard Law School

2 months agoNews : Reason

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

Boston Reasonoids: See Damon Root Talk SCOTUS and Libertarianism at Harvard Law School on Feb. 24

2 months agoNews : Reason

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

Harvard Law Professor Blames Victim in Child Trafficking Case

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

On Flip-Flopping

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 […]

On Friday’s Radio Show…

• It’s a special two-hour Friday Night Free-For-All!  Liberal talk radio host Alex Bennett, Harvard Law School student and conservative commentator Kayleigh McEnany and former call girl Tracy Quan will answer all your questions and tackle the news of the day. • I’ll have the latest on the resignation of Yemen’s president and cabinet.

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