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Berkman’s Internet Monitor project to release new online data platform this fall

Berkman’s Internet Monitor project to release new online data platform this fall

July 31, 2015

This fall, the Internet Monitor project at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society plans to release a new online data platform for displaying the data it has been collecting since 2014 about online content, controls, and activity around the world.

HLS represented at White House event celebrating 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act

HLS represented at White House event celebrating 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act

July 29, 2015

A special reception was held at the White House on July 20 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. On hand to introduce President Barack Obama ’91 and Vice President Joe Biden was Harvard Law School graduate Haben Girma ’13, who is currently a Skadden Fellow at Disability Rights Advocates in […]

Minow, Whiting and True-Frost publish volume of essays on ‘First Global Prosecutor’ Luis Moreno Ocampo

Minow, Whiting and True-Frost publish volume of essays on ‘First Global Prosecutor’ Luis Moreno Ocampo

July 29, 2015

Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow, HLS Professor Alex Whiting and Syracuse University College of Law Assistant Professor Cora True-Frost have published a volume of essays that examine the role and the legacy of the first prosecutor for the International Criminal Court (ICC), Luis Moreno Ocampo.

Harvard Law’s WTO moot court team competes in global competition, for fourth straight year

Harvard Law’s WTO moot court team competes in global competition, for fourth straight year

July 24, 2015

For the fourth consecutive year, a team of students from Harvard Law School, advised by HLS Professor and international trade expert Mark Wu, has made the final rounds of the ELSA Moot Court Competition, a simulated hearing of the WTO dispute settlement system organized annually by the European Law Students’ Association.

Student advocacy pays off: Mass State legislature funds An Act Relative to Safe and Supportive Schools

Student advocacy pays off: Mass State legislature funds An Act Relative to Safe and Supportive Schools

July 24, 2015

Students in the Education Law Clinic / Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative (TLPI) tirelessly worked over the last few months to encourage Massachusetts state legislators to fund An Act Relative to Safe and Supportive Schools.   In July, both the House and Senate chambers approved $500,000 for the implementation of the statute.  The funding will allow $400,000 in grants to […]