A new report from Harvard Law School's Fair Punishment Project analyzes the records of five of America’s deadliest head prosecutors, four men and one woman with a dogged obsession with the death penalty. The report, which also highlights...Show More Summary
What does it take to make your pet Internet famous? We took a look at the world of Instagram product endorsements to find out. When Loni Edwards graduated from Harvard Law School, she never imagined her career would involve running a talent agency for Internet-famous pets. Show More Summary
The following article first appeared in The National Book Review: Cameron Stracher, a graduate of Harvard Law School and the Iowa Writer's Workshop, exposed the dark side of the practice of corporate law in Double Billing: A Young Lawyer's Tale of Greed, Sex, Lies, and the Pursuit of a Swivel Chair. Show More Summary
A Harvard Law School grad is blaming the New York Board of Law Examiners for her failures to pass the bar exam.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is attending a memorial service in Washington for a former Harvard Law School classmate and adviser, Cassandra Butts, who died May 25 from leukemia at age 50. Butts served in the Obama administration...Show More Summary
Attorney Fellow, Harvard Law School Federal Tax Clinic: Duties & Responsibilities. The Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School (LSC) seeks to hire a Clinical Fellow in the Federal Tax Clinic. The Clinic—through which Harvard Law students receive hands-on lawyering opportunities—provides direct legal representation in tax controversies to low-income taxpayers....
David French, a lawyer who graduated with honors from Harvard Law School, fought in the Iraq War and received a Bronze Star, and now writes for the conservative National Review, appears to be William Kristol’s candidate to be the third party alternative to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, CNN is reporting. Show More Summary
Daily Caller, Leaked Document Shows Harvard Students, Profs Planning To Make School Even More Liberal: Leaked notes from an alleged meeting between Harvard Law School (HLS) professors and student activists shows them planning how to coordinate their efforts in order to take the school in a more institutionally left-wing direction....
AS USUAL, THE SOCIAL-JUSTICE STUDENTS ARE PAWNS OF THE FACULTY: Leaked Document Shows Harvard Students, Profs Planning To Make School Even More Liberal. “Leaked notes from an alleged meeting between Harvard Law School (HLS) professors and student activists shows them planning how to coordinate their efforts in order to take the school in a more […]
I’ve been waiting for smart, reasonable thinkers on the Left to uncover both the contradictions and the lawlessness at the heart of the Department of Justice’s new interpretations of Title IX. Thanks to Harvard Law School’s Jeannie Suk, the wait is over. Show More Summary
At age 13, Isaac Lidsky starred in a ’90s teen sitcom. By age 15, he enrolled at Harvard University. When he was 20, he founded an Internet company. Five years later, he graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School. Lidsky then clerked for Supreme Court justices Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Show More Summary
The Above the Law 2016 Law School Rankings are here. Well, almost here. But you can get a sneak peak at the top 10 schools right now. Come on, don't you want to know what happened to last year's #1 ranked school, Harvard Law School? Once you are at the top, the only way forward is down.
(Steven Hayward) Mark Tushnet of Harvard Law School is one of the leading leftists in legal academia today. Yesterday on Jack Balkin’s website Balkinization, Tushnet lets it all hang out how he thinks a reliably liberal Supreme Court should think and act. Show More Summary
Jim Greiner writes: The Access to Justice Lab is a startup effort, initially supported by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation with sufficient funds for three years, headed by Jim Greiner at Harvard Law School. The Lab will produce randomized...Show More Summary
Harvard Crimson, To Keep Pace with Tech, Law School Seeks STEM Students: As Harvard Law School admissions officers finalize next year’s class, they do so with an eye toward a group of fields that deviate from the traditional path to legal studies: STEM. Law School chief admissions officer Jessica L....
Harvard Law Today, A Trust and Estates Lawyer’s ‘Last Lecture’: ‘Hope For the Best; Plan For the Worst’: “Hope for the best; plan for the worst,” Harvard Law School Professor Robert Sitkoff told the audience on March 29, in his contribution to the Last Lecture series. Sitkoff, an expert in...
“HITS,” OR “DOMINATES.” WHATEVER. Anti-Semitism Hits Harvard Law School. The name of the student — who Harvard Law’s administration is protecting — is Husam El-Qoulaq.
Following up on my previous posts (links below): The College Fix, Claim: Harvard Law School Protesters Sought FBI Investigation of Their Conservative Critics: According to those behind the blog Royall Asses — which was set up to expose “the misfits behind the ‘hate crime’ hoax at Harvard Law School” (the...
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Claim: Harvard Law School protesters sought FBI investigation of their conservative critics. This, if true, ought to be reported to the bar ethics commissions in states where they plan to practice.
(John Hinderaker) A group of conservatives at Harvard Law School set up a web site called Royall Asses to mock left-wing law students who were making absurd demands on the administration, occupying a law school building, and so on. In...Show More Summary