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Latest Alumni News

Latest Alumni News

A Q&A with Joseph P. Kennedy III, Harvard Legal Aid Bureau alumnus

A Q&A with Joseph P. Kennedy III, Harvard Legal Aid Bureau alumnus

Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III ’09, who got his start in civil legal aid as a student attorney at HLAB representing tenants in evictions, reflects on how his time as HLAB influenced his advocacy in the legislature, and why it is of utmost importance to safeguard access to counsel for those who cannot afford it.

Crossing over from a legal to a financial career

Crossing over from a legal to a financial career

Kicking of the Harvard Association for Law & Business' seventh annual symposium on Feb. 26, a panel of top-level executives in the financial world explored the possibilities of crossing over from a legal to a financial career.

The Descendants: From slavery to Jim Crow, a call for 21st century abolition

The Descendants: From slavery to Jim Crow, a call for 21st century abolition

Georgetown University Professor Sheryll D. Cashin ’89 delivered the Francis Biddle Memorial Lecture at Harvard Law School on Feb. 28 on “The Descendants: From Slavery to Jim Crow to Dark Ghettos, A Call for 21st Century Abolition.”

Branch returns to her Navajo roots

Branch returns to her Navajo roots

Ethel Branch ’08 grew up on her family’s ranch with no electricity, no running water, and a long list of questions about injustice. As she grew up, Branch knew she had to address these questions. “That confusion as to why the world changed when you crossed the Navajo Nation boundary line was a driving question […]