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Merrick Garland in the Harvard Crimson
Year in Review

Merrick Garland in the Harvard Crimson

Merrick Garland in the Harvard Crimson
Year in Review

Merrick Garland in the Harvard Crimson

1978 Harvard Freshmen Proctors
Year in Review

1978 Harvard Freshmen Proctors

Harvard Freshmen Proctors--Merrick Garland
Year in Review

Harvard Freshmen Proctors--Merrick Garland

“Reclaim Harvard Law” Poster
Race

Law School Activists Demand End to Tuition

​In the most recent wave of activism at the Law School, some students are calling on the school to eliminate tuition completely as part of their new campaign for financial justice.

Merrick Garland Portrait
Retrospection

Harvard Yard to the Rose Garden: Merrick Garland's College Days

As a pre-med freshman, Merrick B. Garland ’74 likely did not see himself going to law school, let alone standing at the side of the United States President in 2016 as the most recent nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court.

Harvard Law School

Second Recording Device Found at Law School

Law School affiliates discovered additional physical evidence of illegal audio recording activity over the weekend and on Monday, heightening activists’ concerns about surveillance of private conversations.

The Lightning Rod
Crime

Lawyers Call Sexual Misconduct Case Against Dershowitz ‘A Mistake’

Lawyers opposing Law School professor emeritus Alan M. Dershowitz in a pair of defamation suits admitted fault in accusing him of having sex with an underage woman, formally putting to rest allegations levied against the former professor since December 2014.

Occupying “Belinda Hall”
Race

Police Investigate Hidden Recorder at Law School

​Harvard police are investigating allegations that an audio recording device illegally documented sensitive conversations Harvard Law School activists held in a hall they are occupying.

Harvard Law School

Protesters Disrupt Law School Event, Raising Security Concerns

​Housing rights advocates interrupted an event featuring Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Melvin Watt at the Law School Monday evening, prematurely ending the event and prompting questions about security protocol at the school.

Race

Activists Caution Admitted Law Students at Visiting Weekend

​Prospective students who converged on the Law School’s campus last weekend found themselves in the midst of protests and a new financial justice campaign by activists.

Harvard Law School admitted students weekend
Harvard Law School

Amid Debate, Law School Responds to Free Speech Concerns

Harvard Law School administrators amped up security and amended school policies in response to an escalating debate about free speech that began with a confrontation over posters last week.

William H. Barlow
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William H. Barlow

Third-year Law student William H. Barlow put up signs in the WCC student center as part of an ongoing debate about free speech.

William H. Barlow
Race

Law Students Clash Over Posters and Free Speech

Tensions flared in a standoff between activists and opposing students at Harvard Law School Friday as an intensifying debate that began over posters evolved into one about rights to space and free speech on campus.

Law Students Debate Free Speech
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Law Students Debate Free Speech

Law School affiliates debate free speech and their rights to public spaces in the WCC student lounge Friday afternoon.