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Latest Alumni News

Does recent Supreme Court ruling suggest the Electoral College is ‘good for nothing’ ?

Does recent Supreme Court ruling suggest the Electoral College is ‘good for nothing’ ?

In a Q&A, Jason Harrow ’11, who argued before the Supreme Court in a case involving the electoral college and faithless electors, shares where he believes U.S. electoral reform should go from here.

Making the case for reproductive rights

Making the case for reproductive rights

A warrior for reproductive rights, Julie Rikelman ’97 has taken the fight for access to abortion to the Supreme Court and won.

Stevenson: “We have to find ways to create more equality, more opportunity, more justice”

Stevenson: “We have to find ways to create more equality, more opportunity, more justice”

This year's commencement speaker, renowned public interest attorney Bryan Stevenson ’85 urged HLS graduates to keep their hopes intact and work to change the narratives that sustain inequality.

Minow helps steer 6th Circuit to recognize fundamental right to education

Minow helps steer 6th Circuit to recognize fundamental right to education

In late April, a federal appeals court handed an unprecedented win to schoolchildren, becoming the first appellate federal court in American history to conclude that children have a fundamental right to a minimum education that provides basic literacy.