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Sugar stands accused

Sugar stands accused

Science journalist and author Gary Taubes ’77 made his case that sugar consumption — which has risen dramatically over the last century — drives metabolic dysfunction that makes people sick. The hour-long talk was sponsored by Harvard Law School's Food Law and Policy Clinic and drawn from Taubes’ new book, “The Case Against Sugar.”

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.

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Harvard Law School: 2016 in review

A look back at 2016, highlights of the people who visited, events that took place and everyday life at Harvard Law School.