As the public comment periods wind down on provisions of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), experts on food safety law have planned to convene at Harvard Law School to discuss the law and where food safety will go next. The conference, “New Directions for Food Safety: The Food Safety Modernization Act and Beyond,” will... Continue Reading
TODAY AND TOMORROW AT THE HARVARD LAW SCHOOL: Finance in Religious Law: A Comparative Conference - Judaism, Christianity, Islam. (The post is at the Talmud Blog, but thanks also to Menachem Butler for alerting me to the event.)
A White House spokesman acknowledged today that while preparing to attend Harvard Law School Barack Obama had lived with his uncle Onyango Obama, who has been in the country illegally since the 1970s. In November 2011, the White House Press Office had told reporters that there was no record of Obama meeting his uncle. Show More Summary
(CNN) - The White House clarified Thursday that President Barack Obama did live with his Kenyan uncle in Cambridge for a "brief period of time" before attending Harvard Law School in the 1980s after previously saying there was no record of the two ever meeting. Onyango Okech Obama, President Obama's uncle, granted permission Tuesday by […]
After first denying the two ever met, the White House on Thursday says that as a Harvard Law School student at Cambridge, the president briefly lived with his uncle, Onyango Obama.
On Tuesday, The Boston Globe reported that Onyango "Omar" Obama, uncle to President Obama, says that his famous nephew stayed with him while a student at Harvard Law School in the 80s, in contradiction to The White House's contention that the two had never met.
How can you break into the movie business? Here is one Harvard Law School graduate's story.
Ted Cruz is a polarizing figure, misunderstood by many, but a profile of the conservative Texas senator from his Harvard Law School days paints a clear portrait of someone we all know: the gunner. From raising his hand constantly in class, to setting his eyes on a Supreme Court clerkship......
Leading: "Harvard Law School sends more graduates per capita into corporate boardrooms and executive suites than any other law school," The National Law Journal reports today. Robert Anderson, an associate professor at Pepperdine University School of Law, reported the findings...
Law Technology News: Efficiency Is the New Legal Pedigree: Tech Savvy Is More Important Than an Ivy Degree: A Harvard Law School degree looks great on paper, but technology-savvy law firms can often trump competitors who come to beauty contests armed only with Ivy League pedigrees. That was the message...
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Erica Ariel Fox, who teaches negotiation at Harvard Law School, discusses how to resolve inner conflict to lead wisely and live well.
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Post by Lisa Fogarty. I bet Kim Kardashian is getting pretty tired of all these Michelle Obama comparisons. I mean, the First Lady may have graduated from Harvard Law School, and may just be working to curb childhood obesity with her...Show More Summary
The most recent episode of the CBC Radio show Spark includes an interview with Harvard Law School researcher Kendra Albert who co-authored an article about link rot in US Supreme Court decisions.The article Perma: Scoping and Addressing...Show More Summary
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(October 11, 2013 09:34 PM, by David Henderson) Fresh off a tour as head of President Obama's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Cass Sunstein, now a professor at Harvard Law School, shares his enthusiasm for simpler regulation in this new book. It is appropriately titled Simpler. I... (0 COMMENTS)
On Monday, Harvard Law School hosted a celebration of Prof. Alan Dershowitz’s fifty years of teaching with an entire afternoon of panel discussions featuring legal scholars, past students, and colleagues in the academy and the law. It...Show More Summary
Today I will have the honor of participating in a special Harvard Law School event honoring the career of Alan Dershowitz, the famous defense lawyer and legal scholar. I have been asked to speak specifically about his work as a teacher,...Show More Summary
Speaking at Harvard Law School last week, where she used to be dean, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan gleefully told an overflow crowd of students about the time she shot Bambi. Raised in New York City, she had never shot a gun—“this is not really what we did on the weekend,” she explained to laughter. Show More Summary