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HLS celebrates National Pro Bono Week

HLS celebrates National Pro Bono Week

As part of national Pro Bono Week, from Oct. 22 to Oct. 27, Harvard Law School's Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs is highlighting the work of outstanding attorneys engaged in critical pro bono legal work in the areas of immigration, civil rights, economic justice and climate change.

Judges and their toughest cases

Judges and their toughest cases

“Tough Cases,” a new book in which 13 trial judges from criminal, civil, probate, and family courts write candid and poignant firsthand accounts of the trials they can’t forget, was the subject of a lively discussion at a panel sponsored by the Harvard Law School Library, which drew a packed house at Wasserstein Hall on Wednesday.

$7.5 million Black Family Foundation gift to support veterans and active duty military fellowships

$7.5 million Black Family Foundation gift to support veterans and active duty military fellowships

U.S. veterans and active duty military members who want to pursue graduate studies at Harvard will now have even more support thanks to a new graduate studies fellowship announced today by the Harvard Kennedy School.

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Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

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AGTech Forum Briefing Book: State Attorneys General and Artificial Intelligence

Christopher Bavitz (with Kira Hessekiel, Eliot Kim, James Tierney & Jonathan Yang)
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200 Years, Countless Stories | Michelle Wu ’12

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Boston City Counselor Michelle Wu ’12, the first Asian-American woman elected to the Boston City Council in 2013 and the first woman of color to serve as Boston City Council president, discusses her advocacy for inclusion, innovation, and transparency in city government.