In this Issue
Patients Without Borders
As Americans travel to other countries to save money on health care or in pursuit of medical services illegal in the U.S., Professor I. Glenn Cohen looks at the implications at home and abroad.
Mr. Sunstein Went to Washington
After three years at the helm of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Cass Sunstein is back at Harvard. The University Professor wants people to know how things actually work in the regulatory sphere—and how they could work better. Hint: Part of the answer is “Simpler.”
Backing the Future
Economist and lawyer Roger Ferguson talks about his dreams and the reality of helping others realize theirs.
The ‘X’ Factor
Professor Terry Fisher charts a new course in online education, benefiting both Web learners and his own HLS students.
From the Dean
Briefs: Shackleton at HLS; A civics lesson; Beyond Gideon; The Bureau at 100; The plaza
On the Bookshelves: Feldman on the strange new rules of a cool war; Other recent faculty books
Work in Progress: Blum explores threats—seen, unseen and even arachnid
Curriculum: Accounting boot camp
Hearsay: Short takes from faculty op-eds on business and finance
From the Clinics: Targeting predatory student lending; Serving those who have served.
Emeritus: The transformations of Morton Horwitz
Student Snapshot: Launching a career at the intersection of law, education and civil rights
In the Classroom: Lawyers as advisers
Administering Justice: HLS faculty play a key role in the organization that synthesizes and shapes U.S. law.
Class Notes: Reading the law out loud; From sit-in to sitting judge; Paying it forward; Sharing the pie; Regulation rollback; His other life
Tribute: Bernard and Sherley Koteen
Leadership Profile: Morgan Chu
Gallery: Navigating the path of a life