An Interview with Professor Tribe

Professor Laurence Tribe is part of a legal team that has filed a lawsuit against President Trump, arguing that transactions between the Trump Organization and foreign governments violate the Emoluments Clause in Article I, Section 9 of the Constitution. The Record recently spoke to Professor Tribe about the Emoluments Clause and the lawsuit his group […]

Your Vote Doesn’t Matter, So Make It Count

On Tuesday, voters head to the polls to settle for the lesser of two evils. No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, you’ve likely wished for some loophole to allow your party of choice to make a last minute switch (Biden/Ryan, anyone?). Alas, you’re left hopelessly heading to fend off whichever candidate you […]

Waves of Change: Lonely Whale Foundation and Oceana Seek to Mobilize Ocean Support

The following op-ed was submitted by The Lonely Whale Foundation, founded by actor and activist Adrian Grenier, in association with Oceana, an international organization focused solely on oceans that employs and is supported by numerous HLS alumni. Plastic. Pesticides. Oil. Herbicides. Runoff. Sewage. The ocean already faces pollution accumulation from a growing industrial world and […]

Hitting the Point: How Moderate Regulation Can Appease Both Sides of the Fracking Debate

Hydraulic fracturing, better known as “fracking” is an understandably divisive issue. On one side of the debate, environmental advocates express concern over groundwater contamination, frack hits, and earthquakes. On the other side of the debate, the energy sector and free market proponents contend that fracking increases domestic oil production, drives down gas prices, and generates […]