In this Issue
The Ripple Effect
A watershed year for the Environmental Law Program
In the Driver’s Seat
The changing role of the general counsel
Closing the Deal
HLS grads are at the center of a record $25 billion mortgage agreement.
The Way We Live Now
A day in the life of the school’s new living and learning center
From the Dean
Inside the Classroom: Reading groups offer students (and professors) opportunities to cover new ground.
The Clinical Classroom: Students design appeals process for new consumer watchdog agency.
Student Endeavors: An enterprising organization
Faculty Viewpoints: Exploring Citizens United’s effect on a wide spectrum of stakeholders
Symposium: A global gathering to celebrate Frank Michelman ’60
On the Bookshelves: Shugerman explores the history of judicial selection in the U.S.; Mack reframes the story of America’s civil rights lawyers; Goldsmith points to a robust balance of power and new forms of presidential accountability in the fight against terrorism.
The Matrix: A sampling of HLS alumni in the national security field since 9/11
Reprise: The revival of a student-funded fellowship that has yielded rich returns
Class Notes: After death camps, a force for life; Atticus Finch with a laptop; Leading my hometown; Giving counsel to Ethiopia
Tribute: Professor Charles M. Haar ’48, 1920-2012
HLS Connects: How one human rights lawyer found her role in international law
Leadership Profile: Jody LaNasa ’94
Gallery: The writing on the walls