In this Issue
A new collaboration between HLS and Brookings takes on security issues.
‘Defending unpopular positions is what lawyers do’
In an era of ideological fencing, Paul Clement ’92 won’t be fenced in.
Bridging Theory and Practice in Corporate Law
HLS classes offer lessons from real-life deal-making, contract negotiations, hostile takeovers and more.
Reflections on the Journey
Voices from the Celebration of Black Alumni
From the Dean
Ask the Professor Tax expenditures and the budget deficit
On the Bookshelves: Lessig on corruption and Congress; Kennedy on the persistence of the color line; Gertner’s memoir; Steiker on Stuntz’s closing arguments; Goldberg’s primer for 1Ls
Faculty Sampler A glimpse into new research by 5 HLS faculty
Young Alumni The growth of a friendship and a professional collaboration born at HLS; two diplomas, then two decisions
Faculty Service Neuman reflects on appointment to U.N.’s Human Rights Committee.
HLS Connects Internship with venture capital fund aimed at Palestinian startups yields high returns.
Inside the Classroom iLaw: The next generation
Outside the Classroom A student organization that has been representing prisoners and training lawyers for 40 years
Class Notes Strength in numbers; Force of nature; The proof is in the returns
Tributes: Professor Bernard Wolfman, 1924-2011; Derrick Bell, 1930-2011
Leadership Profile: Roy L. Furman ’63
Gallery: “Summa de Legibus Normanniae” goes digital.