Faculty Approves Strategic Plan
After more than two years of studies, committee meetings, and debate,
the Harvard Law School faculty has approved a comprehensive strategic
plan that will shape the School for the next 10 to 20 years.
Board of Student Advisers Turns Ninety
Founded in 1910 to "educate and assist students," the Board of Student
Advisers, the Law School's oldest service organization, celebrates its
90th anniversary this year.
Dalkon Shield Litigation Papers Donated to
The Harvard Law School library recently acquired a voluminous collection
of papers from the Dalkon Shield litigation, a tort case involving nearly
California Dreamin': Students Go West for
Sitting in the Charles Hotel's lobby before yet another job interview,
Norm Cappell '02 imagines the dream job that may await him in San Francisco.
Heyman Fellows Honored at Inaugural Dinner
The first group of 27 Heyman Fellows was recognized at an inaugural dinner
of the Harvard Law School Program on Government Service held in Washington,
D.C., in the fall.
CJI Hosts Two Conferences
Civil rights activists, law enforcement officials, and legal experts came
together at HLS in December for "Race, Police, and the Community," a three-day
conference sponsored by the Criminal Justice Institute.
Vorenberg Law Books Donated to South African
Betty Vorenberg has donated nearly 60 boxes of law books from the library
of her late husband, professor and former dean James Vorenberg '51, to the
law school at University of the North in South Africa.
89th Ames Challenges Nurses' Constitutional
Right to Protest Wages
"Thirsty men want beer, not explanations," said U.S. Supreme Court Justice
David Souter '66, quoting Lord Macnaghten, after presiding over the 89th
annual Ames Moot Court Competition. And "beer" is what the Ames competitors
HLS's Party Central
In a theater district alley in downtown Boston, dozens of Harvard Law
students line up to get into the New Orleans-themed Big Easy club.