Prepared to Reason

The men and women of Harvard Law School have been shaped by—and have shaped—a great tradition of rigorous legal reasoning and analysis.

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Judge Isaac Parker

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Margaret Montoya '78

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

PLAP court victory helps disabled parolees

Who lives and who dies?

Invisible Wounds of War

Julian SpearChief-Morris is the first indigenous student to head Harvard Law School’s Legal Aid Bureau

Unfinished business: Roscoe Pound in China