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Brice Ngameni
Student Groups

Harvard Law School Student Co-Founds Organization to Empower Prospective Law Students of African Descent

Third-year Harvard Law School student Brice Ngameni co-founded Pembe, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering prospective law students of African descent, in early January.

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Harvard Law School Students Push for Changes to ‘Stringent’ Class Recording Policy

Numerous students criticized Harvard Law School for its policy on class recordings, which they called “stringent” and “punitive.” Some argued that the Law School has abandoned some of its most vulnerable students in the middle of a pandemic.

Brice Ngameni
Harvard Law School

Brice Ngameni

Third-year Harvard Law School student Brice Ngameni started a nonprofit to support prospective law students of African descent.

Tribe Raskin Matz Impeachment
Politics

How Harvard Law School Professor Laurence H. Tribe and His Former Students Shaped Trump’s Second Impeachment Trial

Harvard Law School professor Laurence H. Tribe ’62 and two of his former students — U.S. Rep. Jamin Ben “Jamie” Raskin ’83 (D-Md.) and Joshua A. Matz — reflected on their experiences coming together for a historic second impeachment trial and on its legacy in an increasingly polarized country.

Logan Brown 2
Harvard Law School

Logan Brown 2

Second-year Law student Logan E. Brown created her own professional pantsuit company after she experienced the difficulty of finding comfortable professional clothing for interviews.

Schlesinger Library
Harvard Law School

Grandson of Famous Korean Activist Withdraws Archival Donation Plans in Protest of Professor’s ‘Comfort Women’ Paper

The grandson of a Korean independence activist withdrew his offer to donate family historical archives to Harvard’s Schlesinger Library in anger over the University’s failure to respond to a professor’s controversial paper on the issue of “comfort women.”

Logan Brown 2
Harvard Law School

A Law Student Noticed the Dearth of Professional Clothing for Women. She Created Her Own Company To Fill It.

Second-year Harvard Law School student Logan E. Brown recently launched professional pantsuit company Spencer Jane after cross-enrolling in courses at the Harvard Business School and working with the Harvard Innovation Labs.

Harvard Law School Recruitment
Politics

Harvard Law Students Call on School to Refuse to Hire Former Trump Officials

A petition calling on Harvard Law School to bar former Trump administration officials and politicians who were “complicit” in the former administration’s “immoral” actions from joining the school’s ranks garnered more than 200 signatures from HLS affiliates as of Tuesday.

APALSA Comfort Women Event
Harvard Law School

Surviving ‘Comfort Woman’, Activists Speak at Law School Panel Aimed at ‘Debunking Denialism’

Lee Yong-soo, a surviving “comfort woman” and activist, and other advocates for comfort women spoke at a virtual roundtable hosted by Harvard Law students Tuesday evening.

Law School in The Summer
Harvard Law School

Hassaan Shahawy ’16 Elected Harvard Law Review’s First Muslim President

The Harvard Law Review elected second year law student Hassaan Shahawy ’16 as the journal’s president earlier this month, making him the first Muslim to hold the role in its 135-year history.

Wendy Jacobs
Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School Professor Wendy B. Jacobs, Who Pursued Environmental Law to ‘Make a Difference,’ Dies at 64

Above all, Goldstein said that Jacobs was a trusted friend who was always willing to spend time with her colleagues, even outside of their clinical work. Jacobs, a professor at Harvard Law School passed away on Feb. 1 after an illness. She was 64.

Comfort Women Wednesday Protest in Seoul
Features

Journal Delays Print Publication of Harvard Law Professor’s Controversial ‘Comfort Women’ Article Amid Outcry

The International Review of Law and Economics told The Crimson Friday it will temporarily delay print publication of Harvard Law professor J. Mark Ramseyer’s controversial paper, which claims sex slaves in Imperial Japan, known as “comfort women,” were voluntarily employed.

Duncan Kennedy
Harvard Law School

Duncan Kennedy

The Critical Legal Studies movement sought to reveal the political nature of basic assumptions in the law.

Harvard Law School Faculty 1976
Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School Faculty 1976

The faculty of Harvard Law School poses for a photo in 1976. The faculty would soon become the site of a national battle over the future of legal education.

Duncan Kennedy Classroom
Harvard Law School

Duncan Kennedy Classroom

Duncan Kennedy teaches a class at Harvard Law School.

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