July 28, 2021
“Anna Lvovsky chronicles the policing of gay life in the mid-20th century.
Anna Lvovsky: Police Power in the System
January 29, 2019
Assistant Professor Anna Lvovsky '13, who joined the HLS faculty in 2017, always planned to teach. A legal historian - she holds a Ph.D. from Harvard - with a focus on the administration of criminal justice, she teaches a seminar on the history of policing in the U.S. as well as courses on evidence and criminal law that invite students to focus on the systemic effects of seemingly neutral legal rules.
Anna Lvovsky ’13 to join Harvard Law as assistant professor
April 19, 2017
Anna Lvovsky ’13, a scholar of criminal law and procedure, constitutional law and evidence, will join the Harvard Law School faculty as an assistant professor in July.