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More than 3,000 members of the HLS community participated in the Bicentennial Summit. The October event opened with a conversation among six justices of the U.S. Supreme Court and included panel discussions, forums and a reargument of Marbury v. Madison. Read coverage and watch video of the sessions.

May it please the Court

The Hon. John G. Roberts Jr. ’79, Chief Justice of the United States, presided over the final round of the Ames Moot Court competition. Watch the proceedings and view historical footage and photographs spanning the competition’s more than 100-year history.

Sustainability solutions

Students in the new, multidisciplinary Climate Solutions Living Lab course—led by Clinical Professor Wendy Jacobs, director of the HLS Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic—focus on finding practical alternatives to carbon use.

Mentors, friends and adversaries

The latest issue of the Harvard Law Bulletin explores how generations of Harvard professors and their students have shaped American law and legal education.

Leading the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau

After more than two years at HLS, Julian SpearChief-Morris '18 has learned how the law can level the playing field and strengthen communities.

Pursuing service internationally

This year's Chayes Fellows focused on issues ranging from children’s rights in Myanmar and Thailand to access to environmental information in Caribbean countries.
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