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Four Harvard Law School students were selected this year as Salzburg Cutler Fellows. This annual program brings together students from 14 leading U.S. law schools to foster skills and forge connections through their common interest in international law.
Two years after the full-scale invasion, Harvard Law’s Laurence Tribe and Robert Zoellick argue that the U.S. and Europe should transfer $300 billion in frozen Russian assets to Ukraine.
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