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Justice for all

A Harvard Law School clinic works to overturn a federal policy in D.C. that advocates say leads to racial injustice and contributes to mass incarceration.

Jeanne Tai, who influenced the careers of a generation of lawyers around the globe, retires

Jeanne Tai, who influenced the careers of a generation of lawyers around the globe, retires

Jeanne Tai, who as a senior administrator at the HLS Graduate Program and International Legal Studies has deeply influenced the careers of thousands of lawyers and legal academics around the world, will retire on June 15 after 24 years at Harvard Law School.

Harvard Law School Project on Disability provides legal support during pandemic

Harvard Law School Project on Disability provides legal support during pandemic

Knowing that people with disabilities would be especially vulnerable during the pandemic to problems with healthcare access and other issues, the Harvard Law School Project on Disability turned its attention early on to COVID-related initiatives and advocacy.

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HLS Rappaport Forum | Reform of the Supreme Court?

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Is the Supreme Court in crisis, and if so, how can it be fixed? Three distinguished Court-watchers from across the ideological spectrum debated these questions at the Harvard Law School Rappaport Forum, a recurring speaker series established last year thanks to a gift from the Phyllis & Jerome Lyle Rappaport Foundation.

Guest Speakers:
Linda Greenhouse, Senior Research Scholar in Law, Yale Law School
Larry Kramer, President, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Saikrishna Prakash, James Monroe Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law

Moderator:
Annette Gordon-Reed Carl M. Loeb University Professor, Harvard Law School

Read more at Harvard Law Today https://today.law.harvard.edu/is-the-supreme-court-broken/