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Forging a path to debt cancellation for former ITT Tech students

Forging a path to debt cancellation for former ITT Tech students

On Jan. 3, Harvard Law School's Project on Predatory Student Lending filed a 7.3 billion dollar class action lawsuit in the bankruptcy proceedings of ITT Tech — one of the country’s largest for-profit college chains — on behalf of a proposed class of hundreds of thousands of former students.

Deputy Attorney General says criminal justice reform likely to continue in Trump Administration

Deputy Attorney General says criminal justice reform likely to continue in Trump Administration

With just under two weeks left in the presidency of Barack Obama ’91, Deputy Attorney General Sally Q. Yates spoke at Harvard Law School about recent strides in criminal justice reform and why she is optimistic that progress will continue in the new presidential administration.

Berkman Klein Center and MIT Media Lab to collaborate on the ethics and governance of artificial intelligence

Berkman Klein Center and MIT Media Lab to collaborate on the ethics and governance of artificial intelligence

The Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Fund will support interdisciplinary research to ensure that AI develops in a way that is ethical, accountable, and advances the public interest.

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Adrian Vermeule: Law’s Abnegation

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Harvard Law School Professor Adrian Vermeule '93 delivered a chair lecture in November to commemorate his appointment as the Ralph S. Tyler Jr. Professor of Constitutional Law. His talk was based on his most recent book, "Law's Abnegation: From Law’s Empire to the Administrative State."