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Supreme Advocate

As solicitor general, Elizabeth Prelogar ’08 faces long odds before a skeptical court
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A Century of Helping Students Master the Law

On the 100th anniversary of Harvard’s Master of Laws, or LL.M., program, students and faculty reflect on its evolution and global impact
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Future Leaders in Law

A new Harvard Law initiative supports and encourages students as they seek access to a career in the law: meet four of them
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Equal Opportunity by the Numbers

Crystal S. Yang brings her love for economics to the study of the law and the pursuit of justice
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Keeping It Real

Jeanne Charn ’70, who played a central role in creating and developing what would become Harvard Law's Clinical Program, retired last summer
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Composing a Path, Bar by Bar 

Michael Cheng ’24 on harmonizing his passions for music, science, and law
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‘We Don’t Think a Court Should Be Handcuffed’

Harvard Law’s Tax Litigation Clinic laid the groundwork for recent wins that allow lower courts to be more responsive to challenges faced by taxpayers
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    A Sailor, A Lawyer, A Leader

    100-year-old WWII veteran Edward T. Matheny Jr. ’49 returns to Harvard Law School for a visit

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    The Fixer

    For Cam Findlay ’87, no-drama fundamentals mark a career in corporate legal reform

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    Pioneering Path

    Joyeeta Gupta LL.M. ’88's multidisciplinary career leads to national science honor and funding for ‘justice lab’

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    Justice for All

    After serving as a law professor and dean, Verna Williams ’88 now advocates for public service and seeks to expand legal representation

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    All the World

    Claudia Salomon ’94 on her work as the first woman elected president of the International Chamber of Commerce's International Court of Arbitration — the culmination of a career in international arbitration