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Law of the Nursery

‘It’s my toy’ – property law ‘You promised me’ – contract law ‘He hit me first’ – criminal law ‘Daddy said I could’ – constitutional law — the late Harold Berman of Harvard Law School, via John McGinnis, Law and Liberty. Some others,...Show More Summary

U.S. threatens to sue Harvard over admissions policies

The U.S. Justice Department has threatened to sue Harvard University to force it to turn over documents as it investigates whether the Ivy League school's admission policies violate civil rights laws by discriminating against Asian-American applicants.

BYU Is Eleventh Law School To Accept GRE For Admissions

Following up on my previous posts (links below): BYU is the eleventh law school to accept the GRE as an alternative to the LSAT, joining (in chronological order) Arizona, Harvard, Northwestern, Georgetown, Hawaii, Washington University, Columbia, St. John's, Texas A&M, and Wake Forest. Prior TaxProf Blog coverage: Is Wake Forest...

Texas A&M Is Tenth Law School To Accept GRE For Admissions

Following up on my previous posts (links below): Texas A&M is the tenth law school to accept the GRE as an alternative to the LSAT, joining (in chronological order) Arizona, Harvard, Northwestern, Georgetown, Hawaii, Washington University, Columbia, St. John's, and Wake Forest: “Our decision to accept the GRE will make...

Federal Judicial Nominee Who Has Never Tried A Case Advanced By Senate Committee

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Brett Talley, 36, a Harvard Law School graduate, has worked for numerous political campaigns and written partisan blog posts but has limited experience as a practicing attorney.

This Week's Ten Most Popular TaxProf Blog Posts

'It's Okay To Be White' Signs Posted At Harvard Law School, Denounced By Dean Bryan Camp (Texas Tech), Lesson From The Tax Court: Remember The Alamo New State Street CEO Withdrew From Vanderbilt Law School After Admitting To Plagiarism As Law Review Editor-In-Chief Megan McArdle (Bloomberg), The Republicans Weaponized Tax...

Cancer Drug Parity Laws Lower Costs for Many, but Not Everyone

In an analysis of the impact of parity laws published in JAMA Oncology, UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers and collaborators from Harvard Medical School report modest improvements in costs for many patients. However, patients who were already paying the most for their medications, saw their monthly costs go up.

"More than a dozen handmade stickers reading 'It’s okay to be white' surfaced around Harvard Square Wednesday..."

"... prompting Cambridge officials to remove them and a Harvard Law School Dean to denounce the signs as 'provocations intended to divide us,'" Harvard Crimson reports.The stickers appeared to be part of a campaign started on the forum website 4chan, which called upon followers to put up posters with the message in their area on Halloween night. Show More Summary

SO I GUESS IT’S NOT OKAY. GOOD TO KNOW. ‘It’s Okay To Be White’ Signs Posted At Harvard Law School

SO I GUESS IT’S NOT OKAY. GOOD TO KNOW. ‘It’s Okay To Be White’ Signs Posted At Harvard Law School, Denounced By Dean. I’m sure this denunciation is exactly what the 4Chan crowd was hoping for as a means of damaging the credibility of higher education, and the Dean played right into their hands.

'It's Okay To Be White' Signs Posted At Harvard Law School, Denounced By Dean

Harvard Crimson, 'Okay To Be White' Stickers Crop Up at Harvard, Around Country: More than a dozen handmade stickers reading “It’s okay to be white” surfaced around Harvard Square Wednesday, prompting Cambridge officials to remove them and a Harvard Law School Dean to denounce the signs as “provocations intended to...

Weinstein Company Lawyer Discusses the Studio’s Future and Donald Trump, the Client He Fired for a ‘Disgusting’ Reason

Even the halls of Harvard Law School aren’t immune from Harvey Weinstein news creep. At the school’s Bicentennial celebration in Cambridge, Massachusetts this weekend, which was kicked off by a round table of six Supreme Court justices and featured speakers like former Ambassador Samantha Power and her husband Cass Sunstein, ... More »

Supreme Court justices to celebrate Harvard Law bicentennial

Several justices on the nation's highest court are heading to Massachusetts to celebrate the bicentennial of Harvard Law School. Chief Justice John Roberts will be joined by Justices Anthony Kennedy, … Click to Continue »

Jeff Kwatinetz Exits The Firm To Focus On Big3, CubeVision & Become Civil Rights Lawyer With Mark Geragos

EXCLUSIVE: Jeff Kwatinetz, who went to Harvard Law School and graduated near the top of his class, is leaving The Firm as CEO after relaunching the company two years ago. He will now move into the law firm of Geragos & Geragos to practice...Show More Summary

Non-Sequiturs: 10.20.17

Harvard Law School is conducting a mental health survey. But will the respondents answer with candor? [Law and More] Transitions are hard, if not almost impossible to pull off. David Boies is eager to help his firm outlive him. [Big Law Business] Friday Fun Fact: Donald Trump's campaign is spending $1 of every $10 donated on legal fees. Show More Summary

Harvard Law School Report On The State Of Black Alumni

David B. Wilkins (Harvard) & Bryon Fong (Harvard), Harvard Law School Report on the State of Black Alumni II 2000-2016: One hundred and fifty years ago this year, the Law School enrolled George Lewis Ruffin, who would go on to be the first black person to graduate from any law...

Columbia Is Seventh Law School To Accept GRE For Admissions

Following up on my previous posts (links below): Columbia is the sixth law school to accept the GRE as an alternative to the LSAT, joining (in chronological order) Arizona, Harvard, Northwestern, Georgetown, Hawaii, and Washington University: As part of its ongoing commitment to preparing students to be leaders in the...

Waiting periods reduce deaths from guns, study suggests

(Phys.org)—A trio of researchers with Harvard Business School has found evidence that they claim shows gun deaths decline when states enact waiting period laws. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Michael Luca, Deepak Malhotra and Christopher Poliquin describe their study and discuss their results.

Can I Get a Clerkship for SCOTUS?

Unless you graduate at the top of an elite law school, statistics say you are not going to get a clerkship at the U.S. Supreme Court. The vast majority of Supreme Court clerks come from a handful of law schools -- mostly Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Stanford, and a mixed......

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