Watch: Triumphant the Journey: African Americans at Harvard Law School

A video timeline produced for the 4th Celebration of Black Alumni, which took place September 16-18, 2016 at Harvard Law School. "Triumphant the Journey" highlights the history of African Americans at Harvard Law School, from the school’s founding and first admitted black students through the hiring of black faculty and the first Celebration of Black Alumni. The video debuted at CBA and is narrated by Professors David Wilkins ’80, Kenneth Mack ’91, Annette Gordon-Reed ’83, and Charles Ogletree ’78.

Judge Isaac Parker

3 stories

Margaret Montoya '78

Versatile and Nimble

Thought for Food: Contemplating New Regulations in a Global Economy

In Crimmigration Clinic victory, Supreme Judicial Court rules state law enforcement lacks ‘detainer’ authority

The Harvard Legal Aid Bureau at 100

The New Age of Surveillance

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

Steven Kerns ’20: “Leading people toward a better world required me to trade in my rifle for books”

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.