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Published in : 2016-11-03 | by Harvard Law School
David Lopez '88, General Counsel of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), gave a lecture, Title VII: A Magna Carta of Human Rights ...
Published in : 2019-04-03 | by Harvard Law School
The Harvard Law School Library hosted Lawrence Lessig for a talk on his latest book, "America, Compromised," which the University of Chicago press calls a ...
Published in : 2015-09-14 | by Harvard Law School
At Harvard Law School on September 10, Ralph Nader—whom the Atlantic calls one of the three most influential living Americans—delivered a lecture on the ...
Published in : 2019-04-05 | by Harvard Law School
A book talk by Judge Richard Gergel, U.S. District Judge of the U. S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, followed by a conversation with: Professor ...
Published in : 2017-10-06 | by Harvard Law School
The case Worldwide People's Temple v. Rasmussen was argued on November 14, 2007, at the Ames Moot Court Competition. The presiding judges were Hon.
Published in : 2014-10-22 | by Harvard Law School
HLS Professors Randall Kennedy, Kenneth Mack, Joseph Singer, and Mark Tushnet gathered on Oct. 16 for a panel discussion on "Reaching Toward Equality: ...
Published in : 2019-05-03 | by Harvard Law School
Panelists: - Benjamin Bai (Vice-President and Chief IP counsel at Ant Financial) - Daniel S. Friedberg (Chair of Payment Systems and Fintech practice counsel at ...
Published in : 2019-01-28 | by Harvard Law School
In the American tradition, commercial banking claimed public support in exchange for delivering public services. It has become increasingly clear that those ...
Published in : 2018-04-09 | by Harvard Law School
On April 5, Professor James Greiner delivered a lecture titled “Can the U.S. Legal Profession Become Evidence-Based?” on the occasion of his appointment as ...
Published in : 2014-11-14 | by Harvard Law School
On November 5, the Harvard Law School Library presented a book talk and discussion on Visiting Professor Michael Ashley Stein's recently-published book ...