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News@Law, 10/26/2017

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Harvard Law, Dominant at the High Court, Will Host Six Justices
In a rare joint venture, six U.S. Supreme Court justices who graduated from Harvard Law School will return to the campus Thursday to join the law school’s bicentennial celebration...The six alums—Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. and Justices Anthony Kennedy, Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan, Neil Gorsuch and retired Justice David Souter—will participate in a conversation with the law school’s dean, John Manning, in Sanders Theatre...The theme of the bicentennial celebration is Harvard Law School in the World...Among the programs is a reargument Friday of the landmark 1803 case, Marbury v. Madison, that established the power of the federal judiciary to strike down unconstitutional acts of Congress. Harvard Law’s Laurence Tribe and former Harvard Law professor and Stanford Law dean Kathleen Sullivan of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan will face off.
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The New York Times
N.A.A.C.P. Advisory on American Airlines Warns Black Travelers to Steer Clear
The N.A.A.C.P. on Tuesday warned African-Americans to exercise caution when traveling on American Airlines, citing a pattern of “disrespectful” and “discriminatory” behavior from the company. The organization’s warning came in the form of a travel advisory that described four recent times when black passengers were said to have been discriminated against...Ms. [Briana] Williams [`18] said that she believed the pilot’s actions were racially motivated based on the language he used with her, particularly since he referred to her as “belligerent” and “a threat” even as she was holding her infant daughter. She called for the airline to grant pilots less discretion, saying that it would make it harder for their biases to affect passengers. “Because they’re allowed to do whatever they want to, then if a pilot does have racist or misogynist or homophobic characteristics, then they’re able to utilize them to further oppress members of disenfranchised groups,” she said.
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Wired
San Francisco Just Took a Huge Step Toward Internet Utopia
An op-ed by Susan Crawford. Last week, San Francisco became the first major city in America to pledge to connect all of its homes and businesses to a fiber optic network. I urge you to read that sentence again. It’s a ray of light. In an era of short-term, deeply partisan do-nothing-ism, the city's straightforward, deeply practical determination shines. Americans, it turns out, are capable of great things—even if only at the city level these days.
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Bloomberg
Nudges Made British Life Better
An op-ed by Cass Sunstein. Just a few days after Richard Thaler won the Nobel Prize in economics earlier this month, the U.K.’s Behavioural Insights Team released its annual report. What good timing! Thaler helped inspire the creation of the Behavioural Insights Team in 2010, not only with his academic work, but also by numerous (and continuing) discussions with the team.
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The Harvard Crimson
Students Examine Harvard’s Affirmative Action Case
Dozens of students gathered Wednesday to discuss a lawsuit challenging Harvard’s affirmative action admissions policy and explore equity in education more broadly...K. Sabeel Rahman, a visiting professor at the Law School, was the event's keynote speaker. In his introduction, Rahman highlighted the debate over affirmative action policies as “just a small slice” of the larger puzzle of diversity in America. “If we are trying to think about how we make a more inclusive, broader-opportunity society, affirmative action is part of that story,” Rahman said, “But it’s a relatively small part of that story, relative to the scale of the problem.”
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The New York Times/Associated Press
Supreme Court justices to celebrate Harvard Law bicentennial
Several justices on the nation's highest court are heading to Massachusetts to celebrate the bicentennial of Harvard Law School. Chief Justice John Roberts will be joined by Justices Anthony Kennedy, Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan, Neil Gorsuch and retired Justice David Souter at Thursday's event on campus...Roberts is expected to give remarks. Harvard Law School Dean John Manning will then lead a conversation with the justices...Other speakers on Friday include former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power.
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Bloomberg
Harvard Research Finds Companies Shy With Data on Human Capital
Many companies collect metrics on employee training, fatalities, and other aspects of so-called human capital, but they often don’t report that information publicly, according to an Oct. 23 study from Harvard Law School. The study said institutional investors that are increasingly interested in this data could use its findings as a road map for seeking disclosure on topics that companies are already tracking...“Companies recognize this stuff is important and it’s important enough to collect information about it,” Larry Beeferman, who directs the school’s Pensions and Capital Stewardship Project, told Bloomberg Law. “The issue is whether they publicly report it or not.”
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