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New Joint Report on Civilian Harm from Explosive Weapons

June 26, 2015

Via International Human Rights Clinic (Geneva, June 19, 2015) – Extensive civilian casualties caused by the use of explosive weapons in towns and cities around the globe show the urgent need for countries to agree to curb the use of these weapons in populated areas, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Air-dropped […]

Former President of Harvard Legal Aid Bureau wins Echoing Green Fellowship

June 26, 2015

Community Activism Law Alliance (CALA), headed by former Harvard Legal Aid Bureau President Lam Ho, HLS J.D. ’08, was awarded an Echoing Green Fellowship. The fellowship is awarded to emerging leaders working to bring about positive social change. Of 3,629 applicants, 52 were selected to receive Fellowships. CALA is a non-profit organization that unites lawyers, communities and activists to bring legal services […]

Food Law Student Leadership Summit

June 26, 2015

Via Food Law and Policy Clinic  Food law and policy is a fast-growing field of interest among law students, legal professionals, and society at large. Communities around the country and the world are searching for ways to improve the environmental, public health, and social impacts of the food system. Law students and lawyers are uniquely […]