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Antonin Scalia ’60 (1936-2016)

Antonin Scalia ’60 (1936-2016)

February 14, 2016

"Justice Scalia will be remembered as one of the most influential jurists in American history — he changed how the Court approaches statutory interpretation, and in countless areas introduced new ways of thinking about the Constitution and the role of the Court that will remain important for years to come."

Clinic files cert petition in final attempt to hold corporations accountable for supporting Apartheid

February 12, 2016
Clinic files cert petition in final attempt to hold corporations accountable for supporting Apartheid

Harvard Law School's International Human Rights Clinic and its partners have filed a petition for writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the In re South African Apartheid Litigation suit, asking the Court to clarify the circumstances under which defendants may be held accountable in U.S. courts for human rights violations.

Love in the crosshairs

February 12, 2016
Love in the crosshairs

With Valentine’s Day near, experts in negotiation, mediation, and lasting marriage shared that advice to a rapt audience at a panel called “Negotiating Love: Interpersonal Negotiation and Romantic Relationships,” held at Harvard Law School (HLS).

Food Law and Policy Clinic releases short film on food waste in America

February 12, 2016
Food Law and Policy Clinic releases short film on food waste in America

The Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC), in partnership with Racing Horse Productions, has released a short film, "EXPIRED? Food Waste in America," that explores how the variety of date labels on food products contributes to food waste in America.

Harvard Gazette: The costs of inequality — Increasingly, it’s the rich and the rest

February 10, 2016
Harvard Gazette: The costs of inequality — Increasingly, it’s the rich and the rest

Second in a Harvard Gazette series on what Harvard scholars are doing to identify and understand inequality, in seeking solutions to one of America’s most vexing problems.