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Palfrey: BiblioTech — Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever In The Age Of Google

John Palfrey (Head of School, Phillips Academy; former Henry N. Ess III Professor of Law & Vice Dean for Library and Information Resources, Harvard Law School), BiblioTech: Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever in the Age of Google (May 2015): Libraries today are more important than ever. More than just...

The Campaign and the Court

Ted Cruz has an inflated sense of many things, but irony is not one of them. This explains how the Harvard Law School graduate and former Supreme Court clerk, in the wake of last week’s rulings on the Affordable Care Act and same-sex...Show More Summary

Tax Presentations At The 16th Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum

Tax presentations at the 16th Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum held last week at Harvard Law School (abstracts below the fold): Diane Lourdes Rick (Seattle), U.S. Tax Imperialism in Puerto Rico Commentator: Diane Ring (Boston College) Susan C. Morse (Texas), Safe Harbors, Sure Shipwrecks, 49 UC Davis L. Rev. ___ (2016)...

Who Wants All Their Student Loans Paid Off?

A Biglaw associate, a Harvard Law School grad, and a JPMorgan Chase VP need your help!

As a Privileged White Guy Living in 'Liberal' Berkeley, I Wasn't Expecting a Police Raid on My Backyard Pot Plants

A white Harvard law school graduate gets a taste of what life is like for the not so privileged. It's an eye-opener. Late coffee had given way to later burgers and fries. I chomped away the conversation with two of my more intellectually-minded friends whom I met regularly at the same coffee shop at least three or four times a week. Show More Summary

Nothing Weak-Kneed About Alan Dershowitz’s Lawsuits

For attorney Alan Dershowitz, living in the Boston area has been hard on the knees. In just over a year and a half, the retired Harvard Law School professor has twice gone to court claiming negligence after taking a spill and injuring a knee.

Feras Morad: Star Student Falls Out Of Window, Cop Shows Up To Help — Shoots Him Dead Instead

Feras Morad was a top student who aimed to get into Harvard Law School. He was already a debate team champ with a national ranking. Just 20-years-old, with a 3.9 GPA at a community college and also an Army cadet, Morad never had any trouble with the law. Show More Summary

Daniel Meltzer, law professor and legal adviser to Obama White House, dies

Daniel Meltzer, a Harvard Law School professor who served as a top legal adviser to President Obama, died May 24 at a hospital in Boston. He was 63.The cause was cancer, Harvard officials announced.Mr. Meltzer had been on the Harvard Law faculty since 1982 and was an authority on federal courts and criminal procedure. Show More Summary

Daniel Meltzer, law professor and legal adviser to Obama White House, dies

Daniel Meltzer, a Harvard Law School professor who served as a top legal adviser to President Obama, died May 24 at a hospital in Boston. He was 63.The cause was cancer, Harvard officials announced.Mr. Meltzer had been on the Harvard Law faculty since 1982 and was an authority on federal courts and criminal procedure. Show More Summary

Harvard Law Jerk Confirms Everything You Thought About Harvard Law

last monthNews : Huffington Post

There is a very peculiar thief roaming the hallowed halls of Harvard Law School. It’s not jewelry or money or even your identity this criminal mastermind is after -- it’s your work. See, the law review write-on competition is happening at HLS. Show More Summary

Harvard Law Jerk Confirms Everything You Thought About Harvard Law

There's a thief at Harvard Law School -- you don't have to hide your valuables, just your work.

Female Lawyers Work Harder Than Men for Less Pay: Study

Good news, women who get paid a fraction of what men get paid! You're also working harder for that fraction of pay! That's what the women's equality movement was all about, right? A survey of four Harvard Law School alumni classes -- one from each decade since the 1970s --......

Dan Halperin To Retire From Harvard Law School Faculty

Harvard Law Today: Legacies of Selfless Scholarship: Undisguised Value, by Alvin C. Warren Jr. (Harvard): Daniel I. Halperin ’61 will retire at the end of this academic year after more than a half-century as a tax lawyer, professor and government official. Unlike most law professors starting out today, Dan worked...

28% Of Harvard Law Grads Do Not Practice Law

Harvard Law School, The Women and Men of Harvard Law School: Preliminary Results from the HLS Career Study: The Preliminary Report presents the results of the Harvard Law School Career Study (HLSCS), conducted by the school’s Center on the Legal Profession (CLP). Begun with a generous grant from a visionary...

Making Sense of Profit Shifting: Mihir Desai

Mihir Desai is the Mizuho Financial Group Professor of Finance at Harvard Business School and a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. An authority on tax policy, international finance, and corporate taxation, Professor Desai has on multiple occasions testified before the U.S. Show More Summary

Harvard Law School Studies Its Grads: 1975 To Date

Harvard Law School Studies Its Grads: 1975 To Date Bloomberg BNA is highlighting a new Harvard Law School study of its grads over the past 40 years. Findings? That: On the one hand, the number of women entering the profession has increased dramatically in recent decades, and women lawyers … Continue reading ? Feminist Law Professors

Michelle Obama: “The first thing we have to do”

(Scott Johnson) One might think Michelle Obama has led a charmed life. She grew up with two parents who loved and supported her. Her academic achievements took her to Princeton University and Harvard Law School. Her education paved the road for a successful career back home. Show More Summary

Did Laurence Tribe Sell Out?

What is going on with Laurence Tribe, professor at Harvard Law School, mentor to Barack Obama, and one of the most venerated legal scholars in the country? Over the past month, he has come under widespread and sometimes vicious attack. Show More Summary

The imperfect diversity of Harvard Law School

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

“98% Of Harvard Law Faculty Political Donations Go To Democrats” [Paul Caron, TaxProf] If I say so myself, my book Schools for Misrule makes a good place to start in understanding how American legal academia came by its distinctive ideological leanings. Show More Summary

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