News and Views from the HLS Community
Our Man in Laos
When Brett Dakin '03 was living in Laos, he sneaked into a performance not meant for foreigners, commemorating the founding of the Lao People's Revolutionary Party.
No one puffed on a Gauloises or sipped red wine, but people in the room had things to say about Kant.
This year two exhibits of art collected by Harvard Law School alumni are on the move.
Hannah Zagon knows her mommy now gets tired easily because of the ouchies in her head and lungs called cancer. But in the summer of 2000, when Hannah was almost 2, her mother, Melissa Lumberg Zagon '92, was on the fast track.
Through a Filter, Darkly
Suppose you live in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and look online for information about breast cancer, or you are a resident of Xi'an, China, and want to research a U.S. Supreme Court decision.
Rest assured, Dean Blackwood '95 is not demanding a 45-foot trailer filled with cardamom incense sticks and candy bowls with all the green M&M's removed.
The Great Pretender
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Harvard Law School should be honored.
We Are Where We Excrete
The urinal is the political. So are the toilet and the condom dispenser and the diaper changing station and everything else commonly found in men's and women's rooms (and even the fact that there are men's and women's rooms).