2023 Cravath International Fellows
March 2, 2023
From transgender equality to the rights of displaced persons, four Harvard Law students describe their winter-term projects abroad.
Blair Kuplic of the US Navy JAG Corps: ‘I get a huge sense of fulfillment out of this job’
November 7, 2022
Blair Kuplic most recently advised operations for the U.S. Pacific Fleet; she’ll next advise operations for outer space.
Harvard Law School welcomes the LL.M. Class of 2021 to campus
November 2, 2022
Dean John F. Manning ’85 invited members of the LL.M. Class of 2021, whose LL.M. year was entirely virtual, to experience life on campus and connect with each other in person.
Pursuing summer public service abroad
September 27, 2022
Every summer since 2001, under the auspices of the Chayes International Public Service Fellowship, HLS students have worked with international organizations, governments, and NGOs…
The adventuring attorney
September 1, 2022
Catherine Peshkin, assistant dean for Harvard Law School’s Graduate Program and International Legal Studies, looks back on her career and life-changing travels — and forward to a fun and productive year ahead.
A warm welcome
August 16, 2022
As Orientation begins, Harvard Law School welcomes the LL.M. Class of 2023, along with new cohorts of S.J.D. and international exchange students.
July 15, 2022
Ayesha Malik LL.M. ’99 has used her position, inside and outside the courtroom, to advocate for women in the legal system. “This is not a burden,” she says. “This is my calling.”
Back to school
May 9, 2022
During 'an exciting and gratifying year,' Dionne Koller Fine, a tenured professor and sports law expert, became a student again
A focus on empowerment
April 28, 2022
A social entrepreneur from Nepal, Jesselina Rana LL.M. ’22 focuses on human rights and women’s health.
International Night at HLS
April 25, 2022
The LL.M. Class of 2022 gathered in April for a fun-filled International Night in the WCC which featured dancing, singing, and spoken word talents — not to mention their team rowing skills.
Life imitating art
March 30, 2022
As an LL.M. student at Harvard Law School who is about to launch both a solo show and a collective exhibition with other Black artists across Harvard, Suleyman Wellings-Longmore LL.M. ’22 says he can finally see how his legal and artistic passions inspire and fuel one another.
Eric Tong-Sheng Wu LL.M. ’77 S.J.D. ’91 awarded Taiwanese Cultural Collaboration Medal
March 22, 2022
Eric Tong-Sheng Wu LL.M. ’77 S.J.D. ’91, a Taiwanese business executive, legislator, and philanthropist, has received the inaugural Taiwanese Cultural Collaboration Medal from the Republic of China’s Ministry of Culture.
Harvard Law School’s team has won the national round of the 2021-2022 Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition and will advance to the international round, to be held from March 24 through April 10.
Ayesha Malik LL.M. ’99 has become the first woman to serve as a Justice of Pakistan’s Supreme Court in the country’s 75-year history.
‘We Ukrainians know Putin all too well’
February 28, 2022
For international law expert Svitlana Starosvit LL.M. ’13 S.J.D. ’22, Russia's military assault on Ukraine is horrifying yet unsurprising because, she says, “We Ukrainians know Putin all too well."
Hilary Charlesworth S.J.D. ’86, an Australian barrister and solicitor, law professor, and renowned scholar of international law, has been elected to serve as a judge on the International Court of Justice.
December 17, 2021
Three Harvard Law alumni collaborate on a major research study on opportunities for social enterprises in Ibero-America.
Catherine Peshkin appointed assistant dean for Harvard Law School’s Graduate Program and International Legal Studies
November 22, 2021
Catherine Peshkin has been appointed assistant dean for the Harvard Law School Graduate Program and International Legal Studies.