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The Petrie-Flom Center hosted ‘Roe in limbo: A town hall on the leaked Dobbs opinion.’
This spring, the Harvard Law School Library’s ongoing book talk series featured books by Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Joseph D. Kearney ’89 and Thomas W. Merrill, Anna Lvovsky, Mark Tushnet, and a volume co-edited by Michael Ashley Stein ’88.
Cara Mund ‘22 hopes to leverage tenacity gained as an advocate — and 2018 Miss America — to impact public policy.
Stephen Ball ’10, Harvard Law’s new Dean of Students, encourages students to ‘take the time to learn the craft,’ ‘build lasting relationships,’ and ‘take risks.’