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Is democracy in peril?

Is democracy in peril?

September 23, 2021

The state of American democracy will be examined in a lecture series, "Democracy," which had its first session this week and will continue through the fall and spring.

‘We have to spend more time on the inequalities that are embedded in the law itself’

September 21, 2021
‘We have to spend more time on the inequalities that are embedded in the law itself’

September 2021 saw the publication of the inaugural issue of The American Journal of Law and Equality, a project developed by Professors Martha Minow, Randall Kennedy, and Cass Sunstein, in collaboration with MIT Press.

‘Our original Constitution was both brilliant and highly flawed’

September 15, 2021
‘Our original Constitution was both brilliant and highly flawed’

Harvard Law Professor Alan Jenkins discusses the U.S. Constitution and its treatment of race, how to guarantee fundamental rights, and why lawyers should be better communicators.

Does Texas’ abortion law presage the end of Roe v. Wade?

September 9, 2021
Does Texas’ abortion law presage the end of Roe v. Wade?

Harvard Law School’s Shayna Medley explains Texas’s anti-abortion law, why she believes it violates Roe, and what she thinks it could signal for the future of reproductive rights.

Faculty on the move

September 1, 2021
Faculty on the move

With the start of the academic year, a look at nine faculty who have joined Harvard Law School, been promoted, or taken on new roles in 2021.

Scholarship@Law: Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

Scholarship@Law: Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

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Trading in Sacrifice

Kristen Stilt

Public Rights

Joseph William Singer

ESG Investing: Theory, Evidence, and Fiduciary Principles

Robert H. Sitkoff (with Max M. Schanzenbach)

The European Commission’s Sustainable Corporate Governance Report: A Critique

Mark J. Roe, Holger Spamann, Jesse M. Fried & Charles C.Y. Wang
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