Harvard Schools Host First JD/MBA Reunion
They called themselves orphans, pearls without a string, and the lost graduates. But on April 5 and 6,
these wayward souls found a home, when graduates of the JD/MBA joint program gathered at the Charles Hotel
for their first reunion.
The Dean Saves the Day
For Dean Robert Clark '72 it was just another day at the office when students in the Drama Society's spring
parody, License to Bill, called on him to simultaneously deliver punch lines and save the School from destruction.
Book Gift Makes HLS Preeminent Resource for Anglo-American
Surviving a journey of centuries, about 1,000 volumes of rare English law books spanning 400 years of legal
writing were delivered to Langdell Library this spring, a gift of the late Henry Ess III '44.
Kids in Law
Juggling classes, study sessions, papers, and exams seems plenty for a law student's day--but this year one of
the largest groups of students ever has the added challenges of nighttime feedings, day care dilemmas, and
the demands of parenting for the first time.
Public Interest Auction a Sight to Behold
"Bid, Justin, bid!" the crowd chanted. In the end, Justin Lerer '02 did just that, bidding $1,800 on dinner
and a poker game for four, hosted by Visiting Professor Elena Kagan '86.
LIPP Program Expands
Beginning in July, Harvard Law School graduates will have a greater opportunity for loan forgiveness due to
recently announced changes in the Low Income Protection Plan (LIPP).
The World Court
By the 20th time Wade Coriell '01 argued for this year's Philip C. Jessup International Moot Law Court
Competition, he was certain he could respond to just about anything.
Jolls and Roe Appointed Professors of Law
Harvard Law School has named two members of its faculty tenured professors.