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In 1982, Marine Corps scientists discovered toxic chemicals in the tap water at Camp Lejeune. The government waited decades before notifying the families, leaving injured veterans with no relief. Join HPLA and members of the Keller Postman team—including Partner Zina Bash and Law Clerk Fred Messner—to discuss how the Camp Lejeune Justice Act vindicates the […]

How is antitrust law changing today, and how do those changes affect everyone? Please join us on Monday, February 6th at 6pm in Milstein West for a conversation with Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Kanter about the DOJ Antitrust Division’s successes and challenges in developing antitrust law. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP here.

Please join HALB and Davis Polk to learn about the various areas of corporate law that new lawyers can specialize in and, more generally, what makes for a successful corporate lawyer. The attorneys will discuss specifics as it pertains to Davis Polk and will answer general questions about the firm. Lunch will be provided. Lunch […]

Spiritual wellbeing can stem from beliefs, faith, values, ethics or moral principles that provide purpose and meaning in our lives. It can be nurtured or cultivated through prayer, meditation, time in the natural world, deep listening and self reflection. We invite you to Join Harvard Law School Faculty Professor Okediji and Professor Bagley in a conversation […]

Mr. Brian Burke is a partner in the Litigation practice at Shearman & Sterling. He has conducted dozens of investigations across Asia-Pacific and is experienced in FCPA/anti-corruption, economic sanctions, antitrust, shareholder litigation, anti-money laundering, and other compliance and investigative matters. Mr. Burke acted as lead advisor to GlaxoSmithKline on the landmark bribery case against GSK […]

As one of the largest economic sectors globally, health care represents nearly 10% of GDP spending across O.E.C.D. countries. This significant activity produces an estimated 5-10% of global greenhouse gases, presenting opportunities to directly reduce this impact through changes to energy supply, waste, purchasing, and care models. Equally important, health care has a special interest […]

What does a warrant for Facebook messages look like? Can the government look through your phone for evidence against you? Join Diane Akerman and Shane Ferro, Attorneys at The Legal Aid Society’s Digital Forensics Unit in New York City, to learn about the realities of litigating the Fourth Amendment in criminal courts in a world […]

Back by popular demand, a second iteration of the faculty panel Why I Changed My Mind will feature 3 HLS faculty members’ stories of professional moments of reckoning when ideas they had previously thought settled in their worldview changed. Though (ideally) academia is a place where revising one’s ideas is a constant, in reality getting […]