Feb 28, 2017 ... The 130-year-old publication had never elected a black woman as its president — until now.
Jan 30, 2017 ... ImeIme Umana has been elected president of the Harvard Law Review. She will be the first black woman to hold the position. Umana, who graduated from Harvard College in 2014, expects to receive her Harvard law degree in 2018, according to her LinkedIn profile. She focused on government and ...
Jan 6, 2017 ... Which is why, when the Harvard Law Review published this week “The President's Role in Advancing Criminal Justice Reform” by Barack Obama — the first time a sitting president has written for the esteemed legal publication — it seemed as though this, too, might be a part of that concerted campaign to ...
Feb 3, 2017 ... In 1990, Barack Obama, 28 at the time, made history as the first black president of the Harvard Law Review. Almost three decades later, ImeIme Umana, a Pennsylvania native of Nigerian descent, has become the first black woman elected president of the 130-year old law journal. A 2014 Harvard College ...
Oct 16, 2017 ... For all of the recent efforts by law schools and law firms that have been dedicated to gender diversity in the legal profession, one area that often goes neglected is the gender makeup of the nation's top law reviews. As it did with its decision to accept the GRE as an alternative to the LSAT, Harvard Law ...
The Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review (CR-CL) is the nation's leading progressive law journal. Founded in 1966 as an instrument to advance personal freedoms and human dignities, CR-CL seeks to catalyze progressive thought and dialogue through publishing innovative legal scholarship and from various ...
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Posted: 2 October, 2015. The symposium on the theory and application of restorative justice held by the Harvard Negotiation Law Review in February prompted a renewed look at restorative justice not merely as a new method of achieving a familiar understanding of justice but as a new theory of justice itself. 0 comments.
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