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Neil H. Shah
The Pfinalists: Pforzheimer Faculty Dean Search Down to Three Pairs of Candidates
The search for the next faculty deans of Pforzheimer House is down to three pairs of candidates, Pforzheimer Resident Dean Monique A. Roy announced in an email to house affiliates Monday.
Harvard Law School Professor Talks Regulatory History of Political Spending
Harvard Law School professor Laura M. Weinrib ’00 discussed the legal history of campaign finance regulations and its connection to economic inequality at a lecture Thursday.
The Jukebox that Shares Stories, Not Songs
These stories are part of Jukebox, a participatory art project created by Elisa H. Hamilton, who describes herself as a “socially engaged multimedia artist.” Hamilton intends for the project to create a hub for sharing and saving Cambridge residents’ stories, especially those of the city’s residents of color.
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Album covers of Cantabridgians’ stories are framed around the room.
The Jukebox at the Cambridge Foundry houses the voices and stories of Cambridge residents.
U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona Criticizes U.S. News Rankings at Harvard Law School Conference
U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel A. Cardona called on institutions to “stop worshiping at the false altar of U.S. News and World Report” during a conference hosted at Harvard Law School on Wednesday.
Former NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Expresses Support for Israel, Two-State Solution at Harvard Law School Talk
Former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio underscored his belief in the importance of the State of Israel and expressed support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a Harvard Law School discussion Tuesday.
UChicago Law Professor William Baude Discusses Textualism At Harvard Law School’s Annual Scalia Lecture
University of Chicago law professor William P. Baude discussed moving “beyond textualism” — a form of legal interpretation that draws conclusions based primarily on the plain meaning of legal documents — at Harvard Law School’s annual Scalia lecture held Monday.
William Baude HLS Scalia Lecture
University of Chicago law professor William P. Baude discussed moving “beyond textualism” at Harvard Law School’s annual Scalia lecture held Monday.
Harvard Law School Clinic Represents Coalition Alleging Racial Gerrymandering in Jacksonville City Council Maps
Harvard Law School’s Election Law Clinic is representing a coalition of individuals and civil rights groups in a lawsuit against the City of Jacksonville, alleging racial gerrymandering in election maps approved by the city council in March 2022.