- Welcome to The Record
- Confronting Our Assumptions about the Law as a Neutral Apolitical Institution
- SELA Welcome Message
- HLS Democrats Welcome Message
- End the Prison-Industrial Complex
- Public Interest Auction Raises Money for SPIF
- TEDx Comes to Harvard Law
- An Open Letter to Jim Yong Kim Re: Divestment from Fossil Fuels
- Diversity Includes Disability
- Why Do We Blame the Poor?
- Why Firmly Refuse?
- Wash. Post’s Shadid humanizes Mideast crisis
- The Socratic Method: Ralph Nader
- ‘Stand Your Ground’ Laws and Trying to Prevent the Next Trayvon Martin
- Before You Feel Anxiety About Your Grades…
- Confronting Unjust Immigration and Border Policies in the Arizona Desert
- On the Record: Professor Susan Crawford
- Ralph Nader: A Letter to Dean Minow
- PETA Lawyer: Making the Case Against Killer Whales in Captivity
- An End to Slavery? Not For the World’s 27 Million Slaves
Category Archives: Photos
The annual International Party was hosted by the LL.M. class at the Harkness Cafe Saturday night.
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and the Dean of Students Office hosted a study break Wednesday that featured students’ and staff’s dogs.
Hundreds of Law students attended the Bipartisan Presidential Debate Watch hosted Wednesday night by the HLS Republicans, HLS Democrats, Federalist Society, American Constitution Society, and the Dean of Students. Austin Hall’s Ames Courtroom and Austin North were both packed with students. Students filtered into Austin West as well.
John C. Cruden, the President of the Environmental Law Institute, moderated a discussion between Professor Laurence H. Tribe and Professor Richard J. Lazarus Tuesday at an event hosted by the Environmental Law Program and Environmental Law Institute.
The Wasserstein Hall, Caspersen Student Center and Clinical Wing Building was dedicated on Friday.
Green Team and Green Living Program hosted the Earth Day Fair at Holmes Field Wednesday.
The Public Interest Auction was held on Thursday night. The theme was Carnival on the Charles: Bids for Beads.
Approximately 200 students attended the Second Annual Freedom Seder Tuesday night, which was hosted by the Black Law Students Association and the Jewish Law Students Association. African Law Association, Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Christian Fellowship, La Alianza, Lambda, Latter-day Saints Student Association, Native American Law Students Association, Muslim Law Students Association, South Asian Law Students Association and Women’s Law Association participated in the event.
Gropius Dormitory is being renovated, according to a Harvard Law spokesperson, Story Hall is currently being renovated and Shaw Hall will be renovated next, after exams. According to the School’s On-Campus Housing web site, “Shaw and Story Halls will be newly renovated as of the summer of 2012. They will have new furniture, carpets, paint, light fixtures, and other finishes. They will also have new life safety features. Because of these improvements, Shaw and Story will be slightly more expensive than Ames, Dane, and Holmes Hall.”