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  • Justice Breyer to Discuss Public Service

    December 6, 2001

    On Tuesday, December 11, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer will discuss the value of public service in an address at Harvard Law School.

  • Intellectual Property in Age of Terrorism

    November 29, 2001

    On Monday, December 3, a panel of experts will examine the costs of prescription drugs in emergency situations. Sponsored by the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, The Emergency Exception: Pharmaceutical Patents in the Time of Crisis will being together academics and representatives from the pharmaceutical industry.

  • 2001-2002 Lewis, Houston, and Kramer Fellows

    November 26, 2001

    Harvard Law School has named three distinguished scholars as its 2001-2002 Lewis, Houston, and Kramer Fellows. Cristina Rodriguez has been selected as the Reginald F. Lewis Fellow; Eric Miller has been named the Charles Hamilton Houston Fellow; and Phillip Malone has been chosen as the Victor H. Kramer Fellow.

  • The 90th Annual Ames Moot Court Competition

    November 15, 2001

    The final argument of the 2001 Harvard Law School Ames Moot Court Competition was held today, November 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ames Courtroom. For the first time in the history of the competition, the arguments were Webcast to a worldwide audience on the Internet.

  • Negotiating in the Face of Terror

    November 8, 2001

    On Tuesday, November 13, two of the world's best-known negotiation scholars, Harvard Law Professors Robert H. Mnookin and Roger Fisher, will discuss the possibilities and the limits of negotiation in the post-September 11 world.

  • Julie Englund Appointed Dean for Administration

    November 8, 2001

    By recruiting Julie Englund for this important position, Harvard Law School has secured itself a tremendously accomplished professional who is extremely qualified to manage the administrative operations of the School, said Dean Clark. I join the entire Harvard Law School community in welcoming Julie to campus.

  • Anita Hill to Speak at Harvard Law School

    November 1, 2001

    On Monday, November 5, Professor Anita Hill will discuss the scholarly legacy of A. Leon Higginbotham Jr.

  • Howell Jackson Named Associate Dean for Research

    October 26, 2001

    In this position, Jackson will oversee, coordinate, and promote the Law School's extensive research activities, including research by members of the faculty and the work of Harvard Law's 17 research centers, programs, and projects.

  • HLS to Unveil Portrait of Judge Deborah A. Batts

    October 24, 2001

    A portrait of United States District Judge Deborah A. Batts, the first and only openly gay, lesbian or bisexual member of the federal judiciary, will be unveiled at Harvard Law School on Saturday, October 27, 2001.

  • Alexander on America's Response to Attacks

    October 22, 2001

    On Tuesday, October 23, Lamar Alexander, former Governor of Tennessee and U.S. Secretary of Education, will give an address titled: After 9/11, America's Greatest Opportunity. Alexander will speak in the Langdell South classroom at 4 p.m.

  • Gary Bellow Public Service Award Recipients

    October 15, 2001

    The Gary Bellow Public Service Award is granted annually to one graduate and to one student who demonstrate an inspirational commitment to public interest work and an innovative approach to lawyering in the interest of promoting justice.

  • Ogletree on U.N. World Conference Against Racism

    October 9, 2001

    Ogletree will address some of the major conflicts, including the efforts to equate Zionism with racism, the reparations movement, and the U.S. media's coverage of international racism.

  • In Memoriam – Fall 2001 Bulletin

    October 1, 2001

    1920-29 | 1930-39 | 1940-49 | 1950-59 | 1960-69 | 1970-79 | 1990-99 1920-1929 Lawrence B. Damon ’24-’25 of Barnstable, Mass., died April 17, 2001. He cofounded the Boston insurance…

  • Man in paint studio

    Art Link

    October 1, 2001

    It's never too late to start a new career. Just ask Lou Kaplan '54. Twenty-eight years after graduating from HLS, Kaplan put down his briefcase and picked up a paintbrush. He's been fulfilling a lifelong desire ever since.

  • Staehelin and Redstone Receive HLSA Awards

    October 1, 2001

    During the Law School's largest international gathering, two HLS alumni were honored for their work in the international arena--Jenö Staehelin LL.M. '65 for his accomplishments in the world of diplomacy and Sumner Redstone '47 for his achievements in the global marketplace.

  • A Message from the HLSA President

    October 1, 2001

    The Harvard Law School Association, like the Law School itself, reaches around the world. As part of its mission, the HLSA seeks to strengthen the bonds between Harvard Law School and its graduates in all countries.

  • Zanita Fenton

    A Bittersweet Track to Tenure

    October 1, 2001

    An Essay by Zanita Fenton

  • Howard Aibel

    A Conversation with Howard Aibel

    October 1, 2001

    Howard Aibel '51 recently retired as a partner of LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae. Previously he served for 28 years as ITT Corporation's general counsel, and prior to that he was internal antitrust litigation counsel at General Electric.

  • The Game of His Life

    October 1, 2001

    Fenway Park pulsed with the sounds of 33,000 fans lucky enough to score tickets in the middle of a pennant race. They pleaded and yelled and stomped and groaned at every pop-up, called strike, or double play.

  • Call to Arms

    October 1, 2001

    The attack on Pearl Harbor impelled many Harvard Law School students to join the fight of their generation. Those who came back were changed men who had changed the world.

  • A Day in the District

    October 1, 2001

    From a groundbreaking to a Senate hearing, it's all part of a day's work for Mayor Anthony Williams '87 of Washington, D.C.