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Harvard Association for Law and Business

  • Former CEO of Pfizer Jeff Kindler offers insights from a career in law and business

    June 8, 2016

    This spring, Jeff Kindler ’80, CEO of Centrexion and former chairman and CEO of Pfizer Inc, joined the president of the Harvard Association for Law and Business (HALB) Alex Rienzie ’16 for a discussion about Kindler's career, and issues in the business world, particularly as they intersect with the law.

  • A Conversation with Jody LaNasa ’94

    July 1, 2012

    In 2007, Joseph “Jody” LaNasa ’94 launched Serengeti Asset Management, an opportunistic hedge fund that focuses on value investments in the debt and equity of public and private companies.

  • Wasserstein Hall at Harvard Law School

    Students Navigating the Worlds of Law and Business

    July 1, 2012

    For students interested in the confluence of business and law, there is one group on campus that has taken the lead in connecting them with business figures for career advice. The Harvard Association for Law and Business has grown from an organization of 50 to one of more than 700 members—drawn by a robust weekly speaker series as well as other events that promote networking and mentoring, among other benefits.

  • Matthew Schoenfeld '12

    From assisting Larry Summers to assisting abused children, an HLS student organizes support

    February 14, 2012

    Since Matthew Schoenfeld ’12 became president of the Harvard Association of Law and Business last year, it has attracted an impressive array of alumni mentors for students interested in business-related careers. This year, he launched an initiative to raise funds to mentor another group—abused children. This January, Schoenfeld arranged for a partnership between the HALB and the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts, to raise money for children in need of mentorship due to abusive situations and child welfare intervention.