Evelyn and Hannah talk to Professor Richard Lazarus, environmental law expert and giant of the Supreme Court Bar, about his well-planned career, some of his more famous articles, and a failed party he and housemate John Roberts tried to throw.
Evelyn and Hannah talk to Professor Bruce Mann about how to learn from history, the role of chance in life, and how much he loves being a Professor and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Evelyn and Hannah spoke with Sharon Block, the Executive Director of the Labor and Worklife Program at HLS, about her two decades of service in labor policy positions across the federal government, what it’s like in the West Wing, and staying positive through difficult career transitions.
Evelyn and Hannah talk to Jack Corrigan, a lecturer at the Prosecutions Clinic at HLS, on his time as an assistant district attorney, and his front-row seat to historic events like the Florida recount and the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
Evelyn and Hannah sit down with Professor Benjamin Sachs, the Kestnbaum Professor of Labor and Industry at Harvard Law School, to learn about how labor and employment law is everywhere in your lives and the news, even if you don’t always see it, get some great movie recommendations and an interesting productivity tip.
In the latest episode of Leading Questions, Evelyn and Hannah talk to Professor Field about her pioneering career, including clerking for three Supreme Court justices and being the second woman ever to receive tenure at Harvard Law School. It’s a conversation that is helpful and relevant in this current moment!
In their first interview, Evelyn and Hannah talk to Visiting Professor David Strauss about his varied and distinguished career, what it’s like appearing before the Supreme Court and his “Dad Scam”.