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Latest Alumni News

Latest Alumni News

The man who killed Jim Crow: The legacy of Charles Hamilton Houston

The man who killed Jim Crow: The legacy of Charles Hamilton Houston

Charles Hamilton Houston was an inspiring figure in American legal history, and a sometimes controversial one as well. Both sides of his legacy were examined in a lively lecture and Q&A discussion at Harvard Law School this week, to coincide with the 124th anniversary of his birth on September 3, 1895.

Paras Shah ’19, fostering inclusion and creativity in human rights

Paras Shah ’19, fostering inclusion and creativity in human rights

In his work with Harvard Law School's International Human Rights Clinic and beyond, Paras Shah '19 has always centered his approach to human rights on inclusion.

As Satter Fellow, Anna Khalfaoui LL.M. ’17 assisted in trial of Congolese militia leaders

As Satter Fellow, Anna Khalfaoui LL.M. ’17 assisted in trial of Congolese militia leaders

The British-trained French attorney who chose Harvard Law School for its human rights training plans to continue working on international human rights and international humanitarian law litigation.

Defending and promoting freedom of expression in Myanmar

Defending and promoting freedom of expression in Myanmar

As a Satter Human Rights Fellow, Jenny Domino LL.M. ’18 spent her fellowship year focused on how social media policy limits one's right to speak in the midst of democratic transition.