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Harvard Gazette: The costs of inequality — Increasingly, it’s the rich and the rest

Harvard Gazette: The costs of inequality — Increasingly, it’s the rich and the rest

Second in a Harvard Gazette series on what Harvard scholars are doing to identify and understand inequality, in seeking solutions to one of America’s most vexing problems.

Legal scholars debate Cruz’s eligibility to serve as president

Legal scholars debate Cruz’s eligibility to serve as president

In a debate hosted by the Harvard Federalist Society, two constitutional scholars—Harvard Law School Professor Laurence Tribe and Professor Jack Balkin of Yale Law School—debated whether Cruz’s birth in Calgary, Alberta, to a Cuban father and an American mother disqualifies him to serve as president.

Harvard Law Review elects 130th president

Harvard Law Review elects 130th president

The Harvard Law Review has elected Michael Zuckerman ’17 as its 130th president. Zuckerman succeeds Jonathan Gould ’16.

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch on criminal justice reform and reentry

Attorney General Loretta Lynch ’84 visited Harvard Law School in January for a conversation with HLS Professor Carol Steiker on criminal justice reform and the administration's work toward changing the system. The event was sponsored by the Harvard Law School Dean's Office and the Criminal Justice Program of Study, Research and Advocacy at HLS.

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