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The Gender Violence Program and Diane Rosenfeld are hosting a book discussion with British journalist and feminist, Julie Bindel, who visited five continents, interviewing hundreds of people in order to understand the commercial sex industry. Her new book, “The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth” describes the continuum of violence and exploitation she discovered. In this discussion, Julie Bindel will outline the key themes of her book and share details of her extraordinary journey travelling the world to…More event details »
Following an inconclusive union representation election for Harvard’s teaching and research assistants in November 2016, the regional labor board director in Boston ordered a new election after finding that Harvard left over 500 eligible voters off the “Excelsior list” provided to union supporters in elections. Harvard appealed the regional director’s decision to the National Labor Relations Board, asking the Board to consider a change in the law that could reduce employers’ responsibility to provide complete and accurate lists.
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Join the Health Law Society for a coffee talk with Professor Greenwald, clinical professor of law at Harvard Law School and faculty director of the Law School’s Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation. Professor Greenwald teaches seminars in public health law and policy and has been engaged in state and national research, policy development, and advocacy to expand access to high-quality health care, reduce health disparities, and promote more equitable and effective health care systems for over 25…More event details »
Join the Harvard Environmental Law Society for a coffee chat with OPIA’s Catherine Pattanayak to discuss summer jobs or other career-related topics—or just to chat! Coffee and snacks provided.More event details »
Come spend an afternoon at WilmerHale’s Boston Office meeting local entrepreneurs and the lawyers that represent them. The event will include a Start-Up Panel, where current WilmerHale clients at various stages discuss their companies, their challenges, and what it’s like to work with outside counsel. Following the panel, there will be an opportunity for Q&A with the entrepreneurs and a reception with both clients and WilmerHale attorneys. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the practice of start-up…More event details »