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Alumni Webinar: Things to Consider When Making a Career Move

Friday, December 11, 2015 at 12:00pm EST

Please join the Office of Career Services for a Webinar on “Things to Consider When Making a Career Move,”  with Kate Neville, founder of Neville Career Consulting. This webinar will address a number of topics, including reasons for making a move, networking effectively, marketability, and building your narrative.

Please visit this Office of Career Services web page for more information and log-in instructions.


Jeff Robinson

A Passion for Reform

After 34 years as a criminal defense attorney, Jeff Robinson ’81 is the new director of the ACLU’s Center for Justice.

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In Memoriam: Samuel L. Pisar LL.M. '55, SJD '59

Mr. Pisar, a renowned international attorney, a Holocaust survivor, an adviser to presidents, and the creator of the text for Leonard Bernstein’s symphony “Kaddish,” died on July 27. A profile in the Harvard Law Bulletin describes his triumph of the spirit.

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The Power of the Outsider

As chair of the Federal Trade Commission, Edith Ramirez ’92 has focused on protecting consumers in the age of Big Data

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A European (Re)Union

Dean Martha Minow joins more than 200 alumni in Paris to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Harvard Law School Association of Europe.

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Justice Anthony Kennedy LL.B. '61 visits HLS

The Supreme Court Associate Justice speaks out on the American criminal justice system in a conversation with Dean Minow.

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Alford and Ogletree

Reflecting on a long friendship

William P. Alford ’77 and Charles J. Ogletree ’78 are distinguished HLS professors, mentors to generations of jurists, advisers to senators, presidents and world leaders, celebrated doers of good works, and longtime friends.

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