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Mary Robinson LL.M. ’68

Leading a Movement

In the wake of Celebration 65, a commemoration of the 65th anniversary of HLS’s first class with female students, five participants—a former head of state and other successful alumnae in law, government, politics and business—share what they’ve learned about women’s leadership challenges, and how to bring change to their industries, the nation, and the world.
montage of criminal law faculty

Making the Case for Criminal Justice Reform

Five new lawyer-scholars at Harvard Law School are already influencing the national conversation on our criminal law system.
Illustration with books

Law’s Influencers

HLS faculty blogs on law-related topics are reaching thousands—sometimes millions—and have become required reading for experts.
Megha Parekh

Tackling a Big Job

Megha Parekh ’09 is in charge of all legal matters for the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars.

When Harvard Went Modern

The understated art of the Bauhaus at Harvard Law

Alumni Notes & Newsmakers

Letter from the Dean

Generations of Impact

Faculty Books

Teaching & Learning

A Precarious State

A new book warns that institutional corruption is corroding our nation

Faculty Scholarship

Faculty Books in Brief: Winter 2019

From organized crime to ‘butterfly politics’ to constitutional democracies in crisis

Faculty Scholarship

The Price Is Right

Sunstein details how government can best spend money to benefit the public