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Katherine Tai represents

Katherine Tai represents

July 23, 2021

In her new role as U.S. trade representative, Tai ’01 brings legal expertise, political savvy, and a deep commitment to American workers.

The Renaissance man drawn to the Dutch Golden Age

July 22, 2021
The Renaissance man drawn to the Dutch Golden Age

In a recent talk, Harvard Law School alumnus George Abrams discussed how he became a preeminent collector of Dutch drawings, and shared a few favorites donated to Harvard Art Museums.

Paul C. Weiler LL.M. ’65, 1939–2021: North America’s foremost labor law scholar and the founder of ‘sports and the law’

July 22, 2021
Paul C. Weiler LL.M. ’65, 1939–2021: North America’s foremost labor law scholar and the founder of ‘sports and the law’

Paul C. Weiler LL.M. ’65, the Henry J. Friendly Professor of Law, Emeritus at Harvard Law School, renowned as North America’s foremost labor law scholar and the founder of sports law, died July 7 after a long illness.

Cuba’s ‘uncertain future’

July 19, 2021
Cuba’s ‘uncertain future’

Harvard Law Today recently reached out to Visiting Professor Rafael Cox Alomar ’04 to learn more about what is behind recent protests in Cuba, the Biden administration’s response, and whether there is likely to be a lasting impact.

Is the U.S. in a cyber war?

July 14, 2021
Is the U.S. in a cyber war?

Harvard Law Today recently spoke with homeland security expert Juliette Kayyem ’95 about what the U.S. can do to deter future ransomware attacks.