Making the Case for Criminal Justice Reform
Tackling a Big Job
Alumni Notes & Newsmakers
A trailblazing career leads Patti Saris '76 to cutting-edge science and criminal justice reform.
Yuko Miyazaki LL.M. ’84 sets a historic precedent as a female justice on Japan’s Supreme Court
Norman Eisen ’91 tells the epic story of democracy’s long victory in Europe through a house’s history—and his mother’s life.
Celebrating a legal services experiment run by Harvard Law School more than 50 years ago—at a time when clinical education did not exist at the school and change was in the air.
Noah Purcell and Adam Unikowsky first met in the fall of 2004 as 1L sectionmates. Fourteen years later, they met again as adversaries arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Alumni explorations, from the blockchain, to marriage counseling, to Guantanamo Bay
Teaching & Learning
A Precarious State
A new book warns that institutional corruption is corroding our nation
Faculty Books in Brief: Winter 2019
From organized crime to ‘butterfly politics’ to constitutional democracies in crisis
The Price Is Right
Sunstein details how government can best spend money to benefit the public