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President Barack Obama ’91 introduced Harvard Law School Professor Elizabeth Warren as his choice to head the steering committee of the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Warren will serve as an assistant to the president and as a special adviser to U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.
In a Harvard Law School discussion on immigration law, expert panelists offered perspectives from the trenches on Arizona SB 1070, the controversial immigration law enacted earlier this year.
An Act to Stabilize Neighborhoods; Frug wins architecture competition; The Great Negotiator; Read & Ride; BSA celebrates centennial; and Eleven HLS Scotus clerks
Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow welcomed this year’s classes of incoming law students at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre on Aug. 30.
Professor John Manning ’85 delivered a chair lecture, “The Separation of Powers as Ordinary Interpretation,” in October to mark his appointment as the Bruce Bromley Professor of Law.
Chayes Fellows Laura-Kate Denny ’12, Teel Lidow ’12, and Petko Peev ’12 share their international public service experience
Former State Department legal adviser offers advice to students; In the echo of Gekko; and When ‘The Nine’ Overrule the 9th
Gordon-Reed wins a MacArthur Fellowship; Whiting to join International Criminal Court; and Neuman elected to the Human Rights Committee
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