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Louis Fisher ’16 is inaugural Harvard Law Review Public Interest Fellow

Louis Fisher ’16 is inaugural Harvard Law Review Public Interest Fellow

Louis W. Fisher '16 has been selected as the inaugural Harvard Law Review Public Interest Fellow. He will spend a year working at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. and will have the opportunity to have a piece relating to his work considered for publication in the Law Review’s online Forum.

Glenn Cohen on animals, AI and morality

Glenn Cohen on animals, AI and morality

This fall, Glenn Cohen, Harvard Law School professor and faculty director for the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics delivered a talk titled “Are There Non-human Persons? Are There Non-person Humans?,” which explored how law and morality should accommodate animals and artificial intelligence alongside human beings.

Risk assessment tools for criminal justice reform: A Q&A with Chris Bavitz

Risk assessment tools for criminal justice reform: A Q&A with Chris Bavitz

Managing Director of the Cyberlaw Clinic Professor Chris Bavitz discusses some of the concerns and opportunities of risk assessment tools for criminal justice reform efforts, and the Berkman Klein Center's work on Ethics and Governance of AI initiative in partnership with the MIT Media Lab.

Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

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Getting from Here to There: The Transition Tax Issue

Stephen E. Shay (with J. Clifton Fleming & Robert J. Peroni)
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All Rise! Reflections on the Ames Moot Court Competition

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A look back on the Ames Moot Court Competition at Harvard Law School featuring historical footage and photographs spanning the competition's 106 year history. Interviews with past participants include Gov. Deval Patrick ’82, Kathleen Sullivan ’81, Hon. Reena Raggi ’76, Guhan Subramanian ’08, Elizabeth Prelogar ’08, Tejinder Singh ’08, and Amanda Mundell ’17.