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Baking to support racial justice is ‘a labor of love’

Baking to support racial justice is ‘a labor of love’

Harvard Law School student Sarah Rutherford ’21 recently launched Black Bakers for Black Lives, an initiative to raise money for, and awareness of, organizations fighting for racial justice.

New report documents human rights abuses in Bolivia

New report documents human rights abuses in Bolivia

Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic and the University Network for Human Rights released a report Monday documenting widespread human rights abuses carried out under Bolivia’s interim president since she assumed power in November 2019.

‘Feeding the virus’?

‘Feeding the virus’?

“Confused,” “frustrating,” “fragmented,” “acute,” and “a reckoning” were just some of the ways three health care experts described the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic during a recent Berkman Klein virtual discussion.

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HLS Fall Term 2020

In a message to the HLS community, Dean John F. Manning announced that the law school will continue remote teaching and learning for the fall 2020 semester.

 

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Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

Clinics in Action: Child Advocacy Clinic

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Mikayla Harvey ’21, a student in Harvard Law School's Child Advocacy Clinic, discusses her work as an educational advocate with the Children’s Law Center in Lynn, Mass.