On August 16, the Bureau moved into new offices at Baker House, located between Pound and the Hark. It was a bittersweet move for the Bureau after 77 years of residence in Gannett House, the oldest surviving Harvard Law School building. Nonetheless, the Bureau badly needed the change.
The battle over the pledge of allegiance finally made its way to HLS last Thursday, as Professor Alan Dershowitz took on Dean Douglas Kmiec of the Catholic University School of Law.
What can be so exciting about punching the clock, meeting deadlines and reporting to supervisors, you ask? Your perspective on work changes when you’re traveling to Accra, Ghana to join the team of lawyers and interns who commit themselves to ensuring human rights for the entire nation.
JEFF LEVEN was ready to file the Queens of the Stone Age’s latest album Songs for the Dead as a grunge comeback, but then something happened. . . . He listened to the album.
Your week is over, and you’re ready to shake that chair-worn ass. But where? Whatever your mood, Boston’s got options.
The Office of Public Interest Advising is both desperate for a hire and not going to settle. Though authorized last spring, the search for a second full-time OPIA adviser still continues. And unless someone is hired after the coming rounds of interviews, students are likely to experience advising delays akin to last year’s record.
Law firm hiring, like the economy, is cyclical. We have seen ups and downs over the past 20 years. Following the explosive growth in the late 1990s, we are once again in a downswing.
Ever feel like your life is being ruined by extraterrestrials? Invisible insects? The Orkin man? Payne Ratner’s new play Infestation, at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre through this Sunday, depicts the intersection of three personal crises in black comedic fashion.
Some are a bit out of the way, some are right under your nose, but all of these bars are can’t-miss bets for Cambridge dwellers.
Professor Alan Dershowitz continues to speak out on the controversial issue of using torture in terrorist cases and other sticky situations, Miss America has HLS in her future, and HU President Lawrence Summers blasts anti-Semitism at Harvard.
Rather than take a law job, this summer BILLY GONZALEZ accepted a position in the mergers and acquisitions group at Merrill Lynch’s Investment Banking Division. He shares his expirences contrasting firms with I-Banking.
Despite some predictability, The Banger Sisters offers some well-done Character development. TRACY CONN reviews the new film staring Goldie Hawn and Susan Sarandon.
If you consider yourself an Accomplished Wine Person (AWP), you should probably stop reading now. This column is not for you. Don’t feel slighted — for two years you had Justin Dillon, who rivaled most professional enologists. (“Enology” or “oenology,” both pronounced een-ology, is the SAT vocab word for the science of wine and winemaking, from the Greek for “wine,” oinos.
Kenitra Fewell doesn’t have time to sit around the Hark pool table and whine about the burdens of 1L year. During such rituals Kenitra is likely either caring for her son, Hughie, or completing tasks that will allow her more time to care for him.
A judicial clerkship is an excellent foundation for any type of legal career. A clerkship provides the unique opportunity to work as basically an assistant judge (although purely behind-the-scenes), typically at the beginning of a legal career.