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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who attended the law school from 1956 to 1958, was the star attraction of Celebration 55, a four-day September event which drew 600 alumnae, students and guests and marked the 55th anniversary of female graduates of the law school.
Not enough progress has been made toward racial equality in education, said former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor at Harvard Law School.
Original intent; Goldstone receives MacArthur Award; Directing corporate players; Award-winning dean; Bending history; and Supreme Court clerks
On Oct. 1, two days before Congress approved the $700 billion bailout bill, several Harvard Law School professors came together in a panel discussion moderated by Dean Elena Kagan '86 about the current economic crisis and the government's plan for a bailout.
Professor Michael Klarman, a constitutional law and history scholar, joined the faculty earlier this year after a distinguished tenure at the University of Virginia since 1987.
Anna Fecker and Michael Admirand in Jackson Miss., and Hagan Scotten and Madison Kitchens in Washington, D.C.
Vanderbilt University Law School Professor John Goldberg, an expert on torts, jurisprudence and political philosophy, joined the Harvard Law School faculty as a tenured professor this fall.
Three more members of the HLS faculty recently commemorated their appointments to endowed chairs with lectures.
A standing-room-only crowd in Ames Courtroom heard Associate Justice Antonin Scalia '60 of the U.S. Supreme Court deliver the inaugural Herbert W. Vaughan Lecture on Oct. 2.
With Harvard President Drew Faust on hand, HLS celebrates a record-setting campaign.
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