Martha Minow’s 8-year tenure as dean of Harvard Law School has been nothing short of transformative: Among many other things, she has overseen the expansion of clinical programs and public service initiatives at the school; engendered diversification of faculty, staff and the student body; and supported the pursuit of innovative and entrepreneurial ventures–changes that will have a lasting impact not only on the law school, but on legal scholarship and the legal profession for many years to come.