It was our sincere pleasure to welcome back more than 400 alumni and friends to Harvard Law School on October 26-28, 2018, to celebrate Fall Reunion. It was a wonderful weekend of celebration, reconnection, debate, and dialogue.
We captured some of the weekend’s most joyous moments and have created a video to share them with you. We hope you enjoy it.
Friday’s programming featured a variety of opportunities for attendees to engage in important discussions and hear from distinguished speakers on such timely issues as tech law, corporate governance, and war algorithms. Alumni also enjoyed the opportunity to participate in “HLS Thinks Big” as well as a luncheon keynote presentation by Lawrence Lessig, Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership.
On Saturday, classmates had a chance to reconnect again during their Class Symposia and class photo session, and later they heard from Dean Manning as he shared his vision for the Law School during “A Conversation with the Dean.” Alumni also enjoyed a Reunion Luncheon with friends and a keynote presentation by Kenneth C. Frazier ’78, Chairman and CEO of Merck & Co., who received the HLSA Award.
In the afternoon, alumni attended sessions on topics for modern lawyers — including education reform and business and finance — as well as a special screening of PBS WNET Pioneers: Reginald F. Lewis ’68 and the Making of a Billion Dollar Empire, featuring opening remarks by Loida Nicolas Lewis and Q&A with classmates Carolyn Clark ’68, Roger A. Lowenstein ’68 and N. Robert Stoll ’68. The evening was capped by joyous receptions and dinners with friends and classmates.