The Harvard Legal Aid Bureau at 100

Thought for Food: Contemplating New Regulations in a Global Economy

I was elected by the women of Ireland, who instead of rocking the cradle, rocked the system.

The New Age of Surveillance

Mr. Special Prosecutor

By Julia Collins. Harvard Law Bulletin, Summer 1997

A generation has passed since Watergate and the Saturday Night Massacre catapulted Archibald Cox '37 to the center of national attention. After Watergate Professor Cox resumed quieter legal pursuits: teaching at the Law School, chairing the national citizens' lobbying group Common Cause, handling pro bono cases, recommending court reforms in Massachusetts, and writing articles and books.

Notes from the Diary and Letters of Rutherford B. Hayes when a Law Student

During his time as a student, Rutherford B. Hayes kept a diary and wrote many letters. The following excerpts from his diary and letters are printed through the courtesy of the Hayes Memorial Library, Fremont, and the Ohio Sate Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus. They are from the Life of Rutherford Birchard Hayes by Charles Richard Williams published in 1928 in Columbus, Ohio.

You don’t need eyes to see, you need a vision.

The 'X' Factor: Charting a New Course in Online Education

In Virtual Classroom, Law Students at Harvard and in China Consider the Roles of China and the U.S.

A Curriculum of New Realities

Gallery: Justice Louis D. Brandeis: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of his Confirmation to the US Supreme Court

In honor of the centennial anniversary of Louis D. Brandeis’ confirmation to the United States Supreme Court, Harvard Law School and the Harvard Law Library are celebrating his relationship with the school, as a student, a devoted alumnus, and as a Supreme Court Justice employing and mentoring HLS graduates.

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