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Fighting Injustice in the Tennessee Court System

October 6, 2015

Last Spring, a group of HLS students traveled to Tennessee to work with Equal Justice Under Law, a non-profit civil rights organization started by alumni Alec Karakatsanis ’08 and Phil Telfeyan ’08 with the help of a Public Service Venture Fund seed grant to challenge inequalities in the criminal justice system. The pair met during their first year of law school […]

A Warm Welcome to the New Clinicians

October 5, 2015

The Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs extends a warm welcome to Clinical Instructors Larisa Bowman (Harvard Legal Aid Bureau) and Marea Parker (Transactional Law Clinics) as well as Associate Samuel Straus (Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program). Before joining the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, Larisa Bowman supervised students in landlord/tenant cases at the Stanford Community […]

Searching For A Leader, Not Just A General

October 5, 2015

Via HNMCP Robert C. Bordone & Sara del Nido Listening to the language that most Presidential candidates have regularly been using in their speeches, it’s hard not to have a bunker mentality: battles, wars, and fights seem to be all around us. From Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump, nearly all the current candidates have engaged […]