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An indelible experience with deep Harvard roots

A friendly competition between four Harvard Law students in 1960 has grown into the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, with 700 students competing worldwide.
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Inquiring Mind

I. Glenn Cohen ’03 has always been fascinated with how things and people work, and with parsing thorny ethical dilemmas. He loves science and the law, and he’s been blending those passions for years as a legal scholar focused on bioethics.
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His American Dream

With the support of other immigrants and compassionate immigration lawyers, Ricardo Jimenez Solis ’23 is now achieving what his family hoped for when they left their home in El Salvador for the United States.
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A Changing Climate for Environmental Lawyers

A new course taught by Richard Lazarus examines the wide-ranging implications of law for climate change.

Alumni Notes and Newsmakers

A Force for Racial Equality and Social Justice

Highlights from the Charles J. Ogletree Jr. papers, focusing on the work of the Harvard Law School professor, author, legal theorist, and advocate.