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Shining a Light on the Right to Privacy: Surveillance in Venezuela and Zimbabwe

April 29, 2016

Via International Human Rights Clinic Since the 2013 Snowden revelations, media and civil society groups have closely scrutinized U.S. surveillance and intelligence sector law and policy, generating wide-ranging domestic and international debates on privacy, security, and the limits of state power. Less scrutinized, however, are the surveillance and intelligence sector policies and practices of countries […]

Professor Daniel Nagin to Receive John G. Brooks Legal Services Award

April 28, 2016

Via Boston Bar Association The Boston Bar Association is pleased to announce it will present the John G. Brooks Legal Services Award to Harvard Law School’s Professor Daniel Nagin during its annual Law Day Dinner on Thursday, May 12. Prof. Nagin is the Vice Dean for Experiential and Clinical Education and serves as the Faculty […]

FLPC, in partnership with the Food Recovery Project, Launches Updated Legal Guide on the Federal Enhanced Tax Deduction for Food Donations

April 26, 2016

Via Food Law and Policy Clinic The Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic, in partnership with the Food Recovery Project at the University of Arkansas, is pleased to published an updated version of “Federal Enhanced Tax Deduction for Food Donation: A Legal Guide,” to reflect the significant changes Congress made as part of the fiscal […]