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As changes are made to the 2018-2019 curriculum and new courses are added, they will be announced on this page.

Date 2018-2019 Course and Schedule Updates
9/18/2018 Professor Kristen Stilt and Ms. Catherine Claypoole will teach the reading group, Women, Work and Ambition, in Spring 2019.
9/18/2018 The Spring 2019 offering of Islamic Law: Human Rights Advocacy in the Muslim World previously scheduled to be taught by Professor Kristen Stilt will now be taught by Ms. Salma Waheedi.
9/10/2018 Ms. Nicole Summers will teach the reading group, Spanish for Public Interest Lawyers, in Fall 2018.
9/10/2018 The list of courses with opened seats and no waitlist for direct enrollment as of September 10th is available. The list is sorted by Program.
9/07/2018 The list of courses with opened seats and no waitlist for direct enrollment as of September 7th is available. The list is sorted by Program.
9/07/2018 Mr. Matthew Olsen’s Spring 2019 seminar, National Security Law and Practice, has been cancelled.
9/06/2018 Professor Cass Sunstein’s Fall 2018 course, Administrative Law, has been cancelled.
9/06/2018 Students interested in participating in Professor Dwork’s Law for Algorithms: A Research and Discussion Forum should contact Rachel Keeler (rkeeler@law.harvard.edu) for more information, and/or come to the first session, Thursday, Sept. 6th, 3pm, BKCIS Conference Room.
9/06/2018 The list of courses with opened seats and no waitlist for direct enrollment as of September 6th is available. The list is sorted by Program.
9/05/2018 The list of courses with opened seats and no waitlist for direct enrollment as of September 5th is available. The list is sorted by Program.
9/04/2018 The list of courses with opened seats and no waitlist for direct enrollment as of September 4th is available. The list is sorted by Program.
8/29/2018 Applications are now open for Professor Intisar Rabb’s Digital Islamic Law Lab. Please see more information here.
8/28/2018 Professor David Wilkins’ Fall 2018 seminar, Challenges of a General Counsel, is no longer by permission. Students can add into this seminar through add/drop in Helios.
8/28/2018 Professor Jill Lepore will teach the reading group, The Second Amendment, in Spring 2019.
8/24/2018 Mr. Shalev Roisman will teach the reading group, Lawyering for the President, in Spring 2019.
8/23/2018 Professor Lorie Graham will teach the reading group, Indigenous Peoples and International Law, in Spring 2019.
8/14/2018 Dr. William Robert Thomas will teach the reading group, Topics in Theories of Punishment, in Spring 2019.
8/13/2018 Ms. Da Lin will teach the reading group, Controlling Shareholders, in Spring 2019.
8/3/2018 Professor Annette Gordon-Reed’s Fall 2018 course, The Early American Republic, has been cancelled.
8/3/2018 The Spring 2019 offering of Corporations previously scheduled to be taught by Professor John Coates will now be taught by Professor Holger Spamann.
8/3/2018 Professor Holger Spamann and Mr. Manish Mital’s Spring 2019 course, Hedge and Private Equity Funds: Law and Policy, will now meet on Mondays from 3pm to 5pm.
8/2/2018 Mr. Mark Popofsky will teach the seminar, Advanced Antitrust, in Spring 2019.
8/2/2018 Mr. Michael Fertik will teach the course, Entrepreneurial Agreements and Startup Decisions, in Spring 2019.
7/27/2018 Professor Jon Hanson will teach the seminar, Legal Theory and the Legitimation of Inequality in the Twentieth Century, in Fall 2018.
7/24/2018 Professor Lucie White will teach the course, Law and Inequality, in Spring 2019.
7/23/2018 Mr. Michael Sulmeyer’s Spring 2019 course, The Law of Cyber Attack, has been cancelled.
7/20/2018 Professor Bruce Hay’s course, Insurance Law, and seminar, Insurance Law and Risk Management, have been moved to Spring 2019. The meeting days and times remain the same for both offerings.
7/17/2018 Ms. Nancy Kelly and Mr. John Willshire will teach the seminar, Emerging Issues in Refugee Protection: The Representation of Child Asylum Seekers, in Spring 2019.
7/17/2018 Ms. Jacqueline Bhabha will teach the jointly-listed course, Migration and Human Rights, in Fall 2018.
7/17/2018 HBS Professor Tarun Khanna will teach the jointly-listed course, Contemporary Developing Countries: Entrepreneurial Solutions to Intractable Problems, in Fall 2018.
7/12/2018 Professor Mark Roe’s Fall-Spring seminar, Comparative Corporate Governance, will now take place on Fridays from 1-3pm. Note that the first meeting will be held September 7th from 3-5pm.
7/10/2018 Professor Ryan Doerfler will teach the reading group, Institutional Formalism and Realism, in Fall 2018.
7/10/2018 Professor Laurence Tribe’s Fall 2018 seminar, Constitutional Crises and Slow-Motion Meltdowns: The Trump Trajectory, has been cancelled.
7/5/2018 Professor Lucie White’s 2018-2019 Making Rights Real: The Ghana Project clinic and course have been cancelled.
7/5/2018 Professors Tyler Giannini, Esme Caramello, and Michael Gregory’s Winter 2019 course, Lawyering for Justice in the United States, has been cancelled.
7/2/2018 Judge Denny Chin will teach the seminar, Asian Americans and the Law, in Spring 2019.
7/2/2018 Mr. Mark Jia will teach the reading group, Law and China in the Age of Xi Jinping, in Spring 2019.
6/29/2018 Dr. Ron Dolin will teach the seminar, Law 2.0: Technology’s Impact on the Practice of Law, in Spring 2019.
6/28/2018 Professor Janet Halley’s Spring 2019 offerings, Gender and Political Economy and Controversies in Reproductive Justice, have been cancelled.
6/27/2018 Professor Helena Alviar will teach the seminar, Latin American Law and Institutions, in Spring 2019.
6/27/2018 Professor Glenn Cohen will teach the course, Bioethics and Health Law: Selected Topics, in Winter 2019.
6/25/2018 Ms. Jamie Wacks will teach the course, Legal Profession, in Spring 2019.
6/25/2018 Professor Raymond Atuguba will teach the course, Public International Law, in Spring 2019.
6/18/2018 Ms. Amy McManus will teach the following courses (for LLMs only) in Fall 2018: Legal Research, Writing and Analysis I; Legal Research, Writing and Analysis II; An Introduction to American Law. In Spring 2019 Ms. McManus will teach Legal Research, Writing and Analysis II.
6/12/2018 Professors Noah Feldman and Peter Galison will teach the seminar, Science, State, Corporation, in Fall 2018.
6/11/2018 Professor Cass Sunstein will teach the course, Administrative Law, in Fall 2018.
6/5/2018 Professor John Kroger will teach the reading group, Creating a Life in the Law, in Spring 2019.
6/5/2018 Ms. Sarah Deutsch will teach the reading group, Hot Topics in Digital Privacy, in Spring 2019.
5/29/2018 Professor Michael Moffitt will teach the reading group, Lawyering and Settlement, in Fall 2018.
5/29/2018 Justice Sandile Ngcobo’s Fall 2018 seminar, Judicial Review, has been cancelled.
5/21/2018 Ms. Caitlin Halligan will teach the seminar, Federalism and States as Public Law Actors, in Spring 2019.
5/17/2018 Professor Jack Goldsmith will offer the course, Laboratory on National Security Writing, in Fall 2018.
5/16/2018 The Fall 2018 offering of Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers, Federalism, and Fourteenth Amendment previously scheduled to be taught by Professor Brown-Nagin will now be taught by Professor Richard Fallon.
5/16/2018 Professor Tomiko Brown-Nagin’s Spring 2019 offerings, American Legal History: Law and Social Reform, 1929-1973 and Topics in Education Law and Policy, have been cancelled.
5/16/2018 Mr. Kobi Kastiel will teach Corporate and Capital Markets Law and Policy with Professor Lucian Bebchuk in Fall 2018.
5/15/2018 Mr. Matthew Olsen’s Spring 2019 seminar, National Security Law and Practice, will now meet on Thursdays from 5-8pm.
5/11/2018 Ms. Jocelyn Kennedy will teach the course, Advanced Legal Research, in Spring 2019.
5/8/2018 Mr. James Tierney’s Spring 2019 reading group, The Operations and Ethics of the State Attorney General, will meet on Tuesdays from 5-7pm.
5/7/2018 Ms. Sharon Block will teach the seminar, Organizing for Economic Justice in the New Economy, in Spring 2019.
5/4/2018 Mr. Ron Klain will teach the seminar, Law and Legal Practice in Campaign Debates, in Spring 2019.
5/4/2018 Mr. David McCraw will teach the course, Mass Media Law, in Spring 2019.
4/27/2018 Professor Charles Donahue’s Fall 2018 course, Legal History: English Legal History, will now meet from 10:30-11:45am on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays.
4/19/2018 Professor Adrian Vermeule’s Spring 2019 Administrative Law course will meet on Wednesdays & Thursdays from 1pm to 3pm.
4/11/2018 Professor Eugene Soltes, Mr. Daniel Kahn and Mr. Leo Tsao will teach the seminar, Corporate Criminal Investigations, in Fall 2018.
4/11/2018 Professor Mark Roe’s Fall-Spring course, Bankruptcy: Current Issues, will now take place on Fridays from 1-3pm.
4/9/2018 Professor Lucian Bebchuk will teach the course, Corporate and Capital Markets Law and Policy, in Fall 2018.
 4/9/2018 Professors Lucian Bebchuk and Alma Cohen will teach the course, Empirical Law and Finance, in Fall 2018.
4/6/2018 Mr. David Berger and Mr. Randall Baron will teach the course, Anatomy of Deal Litigation in Practice, in Fall 2018.
4/5/2018 Professor Matthew Stephenson’s Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 offerings of Global Anticorruption Lab will now take place on Wednesdays from 5:10-7:10pm. 
4/5/2018 Mr. Jonathan Lovvorn will teach the seminar, Wildlife Law, in Fall 2018.
4/5/2018 Mr. John DeLong will teach the seminar, Compliance and Computation, in Fall 2018. 
4/4/2018 Mr. Mitchell Presser’s Spring 2019 offering, Cross Border M&A: Drafting, Negotiation & the Auction Process, has changed to a 3-credit course and will be held on Thursdays from 5-8:20pm.
3/28/2018 Professor Michael Moffitt will teach the Spring 2019 section of the Negotiation Workshop.
3/28/2018 Professor Kenneth Mack’s Spring 2019 offering, Critical Race Theory, has changed to a course.
3/28/2018 Professor Guy-Uriel Charles will teach two new offerings, Race and Federalism & Racial Justice and Law, in Spring 2019.
3/28/2018 Professor Kenneth Mack’s Spring 2019 reading group, Law and Politics in the Post-Obama Era, has been cancelled.
3/28/2018 Professor Naz Modirzadeh will teach the seminar, Counterterrorism and International Law, in Spring 2019.
3/28/2018 Judge David Barron and Professor Archon Fung will teach the seminar, Public Problems: Advice, Strategy and Analysis, in Fall 2018.
3/28/2018 Professor Mark Roe will teach two new full-year offerings, Bankruptcy: Current Issues & Comparative Corporate Governance, in AY2018-2019.
3/27/2018 Professor Annette Gordon-Reed’s Spring 2019 course, Legal Profession, will meet on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10:20am to 11:50am.
3/27/2018 Professor Annette Gordon-Reed’s Spring 2019 course, Criminal Procedure: Investigations, will meet on Mondays & Tuesdays from 3:20pm to 4:50pm.
3/26/2018 Professor John Kroger will teach the course, Criminal Procedure: Investigations, in Fall 2018.
3/23/2018 Professor Annette Gordon-Reed’s course, Criminal Procedure: Investigations, will be taught in Spring 2019. Scheduling details will be forthcoming.
3/23/2018 Professor Naz Modirzadeh’s Spring 2019 reading group, The Vietnam War and the International Law of Armed Conflict, has been cancelled.
 3/21/2018  Judge Thomas Griffith will teach the course, The Role of the Article III Judge, in Winter 2019.