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On Oct. 14, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University released a major study on broadband deployment and usage throughout the world.
A group of about 40 prominent members of the nation’s legal, financial, regulatory and academic communities gathered at HLS on Oct. 9 to participate in a Proxy Access Roundtable, sponsored by the HLS Program on Corporate Governance.
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In October, Harvard Law School announced the creation of the Holmes Public Service Fellowships, which will fund one year of public service work for approximately 12 graduating students during 2010-2011. Each fellowship will pay up to $35,000 to support a year of postgraduate legal work at a nonprofit or government agency anywhere in the world.
At the request of the Federal Communications Commission, Professor Yochai Benkler ’94, faculty co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, headed a major Berkman Center study this summer on global broadband deployment and usage. In a Q&A with HLT, Benkler discusses the report’s findings.
Four HLS students, Eric Powell, Elliott Neal, John Doyle, and Andrew Kinard, all military veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, discuss their experiences in war and at HLS.
HLS Professors Elizabeth Bartholet ’65 and John Palfrey ’01 tesitfy
At HLS, Nader urges students to question authority
Experts on the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy and veterans who served under it drew a standing-room-only crowd at HLS on Oct. 15, during a panel discussion sponsored by the student organization Lambda and moderated by Dean Martha Minow.
Adriaan Lanni and Matthew Stephenson ’03 have been promoted to tenured professors of law at Harvard Law School, and Lecturer on Law Michael Gregory ’04 has been appointed as an assistant clinical professor of law.
The pastoral grounds of MooseHill Farm in Sharon, Mass., became a fictitious central Asian country called Kerplakistan on Oct. 17 as more than 35 HLS students participated in a staged humanitarian crisis simulation, sponsored by the Human Rights Program.
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