Thirty-eight Harvard Law School student groups signed onto an open letter calling for continued institutional support for a pilot federal clerk hiring program. The Law School’s American Constitution Society chapter, a progressive legal organization, organized the letter.
The Harvard Law Review elected second-year Law student Lauren N. Beck as its 133rd president, according to an email from outgoing president Michael L. Thomas. The publication is entirely student-edited with the largest circulation of any law journal in the world.
Student research assistants at Harvard Law School received their first pay raise in more than a decade this month thanks to a Massachusetts minimum wage law that took effect Jan. 1. In total, 742 student workers throughout the university received raises when the state minimum wage rose from $11 to $12 per hour.
Harvard Law School professor and constitutional law expert Vicki C. Jackson will serve as the next president of the Association of American Law Schools, the organization announced earlier this month. The group inducted Jackson as its president at a January meeting in New Orleans.
An amended complaint filed Monday in the lawsuit against the Harvard Law Review, Harvard Law School, and Harvard adds an additional plaintiff to the case, along with new charges alleging the Law School illegally uses affirmative action policies in its faculty hiring process.
Senator and Harvard Law School professor emerita Elizabeth A. Warren announced her bid Monday for the United States presidency in 2020 by establishing an exploratory committee, one of the first formal steps to launching a presidential campaign.
Lawyers for Harvard, Harvard Law School, and the Harvard Law Review filed motions Monday, asking the Court to dismiss a complaint brought by an anti-affirmative action group that alleges the Law Review’s editor selection process illegally uses “race and sex preferences.”
The fourth floor of Lamont Library is currently halfway through renovations and is on-track to reopen by the start of the spring 2019 term.
Although students did not have the day off, they and other campus affiliates found a way to honor veterans.
Nadine M. Khoury ’20 and Arnav Agrawal ’20 are running to lead the Undergraduate Council on their campaign slogan of “Transform Harvard.”
. “It reaffirmed to me that we may be brilliant in the classroom, but we still need and deserve a comprehensive education in the bedroom, and so I'm proud of the work that Sex Week does," organizer Lita D. Peña ’19 wrote of Sex Week.
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English took up residency at the Institute of Politics as a visiting fellow this week, leading a study group for students.
The event convened thinkers from a variety of backgrounds, who spoke about everything from indigenous communities, to religion, to mental health, each in relation to nature and humans’ complex relation to it.
According to Leverett resident Vitor DeFreitas ’19, Farrell and Ferraras have “big shoes to fill.”
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