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Harvard Law School Yet to Complete Title IX Investigation from 2010 Complaint

Harvard Law School Yet to Complete Title IX Investigation from 2010 Complaint   Harvard continues to face questions about how the college handles sexual assault cases as the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights investigates a complaint filed against the Law School in 2010, according to The Harvard Crimson.   The…>read more

No Comment April 8, 2014

Harvard Law School Identifies Binding of Book as Sheepskin

Harvard Law School Identifies Binding of Book as Sheepskin   A book owned by Harvard Law School has long since been rumored to have been bound in human skin. But, alas, the book was actually bound in sheepskin, according to The Harvard Law School Library Blog.   There is…>read more

No Comment April 4, 2014

Columbia and Harvard Law Schools Top List of Highest Starting Salaries for Graduates

Columbia and Harvard Law Schools Top List of Highest Starting Salaries for Graduates   A new study from the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) shows that 92 percent of law students who worked as summer associates in 2013 received job offers. A separate survey from the NALP also showed that 64 percent…>read more

No Comment March 17, 2014

U.S. News Releases List of Top Law Schools in the Country

U.S. News Releases List of Top Law Schools in the Country   After Stanford Law School and Harvard Law School tied for the number two spot on the U.S. News & World Report Law School rankings, Harvard has moved into the spot all by itself.   Last year, Duke Law School…>read more

No Comment March 11, 2014

Samuel Moyn Joining Harvard Law Faculty in July

Samuel Moyn Joining Harvard Law Faculty in July   Harvard Law School is adding Samuel Moyn to its faculty, beginning in July, as a professor of law. Right now, Moyn is working as the James Bryce Professor of European Legal History at Columbia University.   “I’ve spent my…>read more

No Comment February 19, 2014

Esteemed Harvard Law Professor, Alan Dershowitz, to Retire

Esteemed Harvard Law Professor, Alan Dershowitz, to Retire   One of Harvard Law School’s most esteemed faculty members, Alan M. Dershowitz, will be stepping down from his post at the end of this week, according to a story from The Boston Globe.   Dershowitz was 25 when he…>read more

No Comment December 16, 2013

Alan Dershowitz to Retire from Harvard Law

Alan Dershowitz to Retire from Harvard Law   After five decades at Harvard Law School, the man who joined the faculty at the age of 25 and within three years became the youngest professor in the law school’s history has confirmed his retirement this year. Dershowitz, who…>read more

No Comment December 16, 2013

Trayvon’s Mom to Speak at Harvard

Trayvon’s Mom to Speak at Harvard   Since the nation-shaking death of Trayvon Martin, which left us divided as to whether George Zimmerman did wrong in defending himself, as he explains the situation, which lead ultimately to Trayvon Martin’s death at the age of 17, the…>read more

No Comment November 18, 2013

A Case of Fair Use: YouTube Videos on Trial

A Case of Fair Use: YouTube Videos on Trial   The distortion of the music industry which survived the technological wave and which is all that is left of the former analog musical era’s transition, is trying to reserve its digital rights. YouTube is one of the major places…>read more

No Comment October 2, 2013

Cortlan Wickliff Graduates Harvard Law at 22

Cortlan Wickliff Graduates Harvard Law at 22   While most 22 year-olds are struggling to find work after completing college, Cortlan Wickliff will be taking the bar exam. Wickliff graduated from Harvard Law School earlier this year, and is one of the youngest black students to graduate…>read more

No Comment May 30, 2013

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