What do Ravel Law, Legal Hero, ViewaBill, LawyerUp, and Legal Zoom have in common? All are start-ups, founded since 2010, which hope to disrupt the market for legal services. At a conference titled, “Disruptive Innovation in the Market for Legal Services,” taking place at HLS on Thursday, March 6, various experts will discuss this disruptive […]
Law Review elected a new President, Gillian S. Grossman; included gender to the list of criteria for new selected new editors; and added two more editor positions, according to the Harvard Crimson.
The upcoming acadmic year’s Law Review is 25 percent female, according to Law Review President Conor Tochilin, Law ’13 and Business ’13. This represents an 8 percent drop in female membership from the last academic year. “As is true every year, this year’s writing competition was extremely competitive. We are disappointed that this year’s editor selection […]
The Boston Globe reported Tuesday that Joe Goodwin, ’13, is running for Massachusetts state senate.
Fein and Nader Bruce Fein, ’72, and Ralph Nader, ’58, spoke Wednesday at noon at this year’s Forum entitled “America’s Lawless Empire: The Constitutional Crimes of Bush and Obama.” In his address, Nader called for law students to act to protect the Constitution. “You speak with moral authority to working lawyers and faculty and judges,” he said […]
Between the cold calls and the case briefs, you may wonder where you can go to tie it all together, to take what you have absorbed in the classroom and weave it into the complexity of reality. This is that place. Since 1946, The Harvard Law School Record has been the home of young legal minds […]
On only one night per year is it possible for a student to buy a movie night with Dean Minow, a champagne reception with Professor Mann, or a cocktail tasting with Climenko Fellow Epps. At the 2014 Harvard Law School Public Interest Auction, which took place on April 2, fierce auction bidders won these and […]
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and the Dean of Students Office hosted a study break Wednesday that featured students’ and staff’s dogs.
According to NerdWallet’s Law School Comparison tool, which pulled post-graduate information from thousands of law school graduates from the classes of 2009 through 2011, Columbia Law School graduates reported the highest average salary across all job categories. According to NerdWallet’s Law School Comparison tool, 7 percent of of Harvard Law graduates are employed in the public interest sector, […]
According to the Board of Student Advisors, approximately 33 percent of its members self-identified as female, 33 percent self-identified as males and 33 percent did not report their gender. According to the Harvard Law Review, approximately 25 percent of its 88 members are female and 75 percent are males. According to the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, approximately […]
All but two of the positions on the new Student Representative Board are uncontested, making Lisa Lana, ’14, the Board’s new President; Andrew London, ’14, the Board’s new Vice President; and Valerie Duchesneau, ’14, the new Director of Student Organizations. The only contested elections will be that for 1L Section 1 Representative and LLM Representative. There […]
The Law School announced Thursday it would conduct more expansive interviews for candidates seeking admission into the next entering class.
Sunshine Yin, ’13, was awarded the America Association of University Women’s Selected Professions Fellowship, the Office of News and Communications reported.
Michael Jacobson, ’13, Danielle Bart, ’13, Ashley Chung, ’12 and Chris Yap, ’12, won third place for the Law School at the international finals of the World Trade Organization moot court competition in France, the Office of Communications reported.
Seven alums were chosen to clerk for the Supreme Court in the 2012-2013 term, according to the Office of Communications.