Yuji Iwasawa LL.M. ’78, a Japanese scholar of international law, is re-elected to the International Court of Justice.
Ten years after graduation, Aminta Ossom ’09 returns to HLS to teach in the International Human Rights Clinic.
The World Health Organization taps Cass Sunstein ’78, the Robert Walmsley University Professor at Harvard, to chair its Technical Advisory Group on Behavioural Insights and Sciences for Health.
As students, they participated in the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program; as lawyers, they continue to work in this increasingly challenging — and fulfilling — field.
Classmates Andru Wall and Saeeq Shajjan LL.M. ’10 seek to bring peace and progress to a war-torn country.
Chikondi Mandala LL.M. ’19, a young judicial officer in Malawi, looks to tradition and to the future.
Nasredeen Abdulbari LL.M. ’08 serves as Minister of Justice in Sudan’s transitional government.
Constitutional law expert Menaka Guruswamy LL.M. ’01 takes the long view on change.
Yuko Miyazaki LL.M. ’84 sets a historic precedent as a female justice on Japan’s Supreme Court.
For Chayes Fellows Jonathan Kaufman ’06 and Lillian Langford JD/MPP ’13, seeds planted during their 1L summers grew, strongly and directly, into the work they are doing today.
The landmark litigation was a collaborative effort among the Harvard Law School International Human Rights Clinic and Bolivian lawyers, advocates, and community members, including Thomas Becker '06.
London School of Economics expert Niamh Maloney LL.M. '93 spoke at HLS on legal and regulatory issues arising from the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union.