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John Goldberg: on ‘Inexcusable’ Wrongs, Torts, and Private Law

John Goldberg: on ‘Inexcusable’ Wrongs, Torts, and Private Law

Harvard Law School Professor John C.P. Goldberg, an expert in tort law, tort theory, and political philosophy, recently discussed some of the work that he’s done at HLS as well as a forthcoming book on torts that he is co-authoring with Fordham Law School Professor Benjamin C. Zipursky.

New Private Law

New Private Law

HLS Professors John C.P. Goldberg and Henry E. Smith’s “New Private Law” blog launched recently in an effort to expand interest in the notion that traditional interpersonal, "private" law deserves a fresh look.

When forgetting isn’t best: Zittrain discusses the ‘Right to be Forgotten’

When forgetting isn’t best: Zittrain discusses the ‘Right to be Forgotten’

For Professor Jonathan Zittrain, the Right to be Forgotten is a “bad solution to a real problem.” This was Zittrain’s message at a talk hosted by the Berkman Center for Internet and Society on August 5, where Zittrain and members of the American Civil Liberties Union discussed problems raised by the 2014 European Court of […]